In Game

A Brewers game at Miller Park is one of the best experiences in all of baseball. Miller Park is home to tons of displays showcasing the rich baseball history of Wisconsin. The park contains exhibits dedicated to the Milwaukee Brewers, Braves, the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, Bud Selig, and many others. There’s a ton to see here and if you want to take it all in you’ll need to arrive early or spend a fair amount of the game just exploring the park.

In addition to the history on display at Miller Park, you’ll also meet some of the best baseball fans around. Brewers fans haven’t had a lot to cheer about over the years, but that doesn’t stop them coming out in high numbers to support their team. The friendly and knowledgeable fans found at Miller Park make a trip to a fun experience and ensure you’ll have no trouble making friends while taking in a game.

Finally, you won’t have to worry about the game you’re attending being rained out as Miller Park’s retractable roof means you’ll be comfortable no matter what the weather. The retractable roof is a great feature especially during the early and late months, so enjoy the comfort of a climate-controlled venue during your trip to Miller Park.

You can’t go wrong attending a game at Miller Park where the Brewers dedication to baseball history and the incredible fans make attending a game an unforgettable experience.

Things to check out

Autograph Alley

Near the left field entrance is the Autograph Alley, which as the name implies, showcases hundreds of autographed baseballs by both Brewers legends and fans throughout the years. Stop by and find a ball autographed by your favorite player when attending a game at Miller Park.

Miller Park Walk of Fame/Wall of Honor

The Wall of Honor proudly honors outstanding players from throughout Brewers history. Take a minute to view the Wall of Honor and remember all of your favorite Brewers from the past.

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Bernie's Slide

In the left field upper deck is Bernie’s Slide. Following every Brewers home run and victory, Bernie Brewer slides down the slide in celebration.

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Uecker Seats

Miller Park is home to one of the best values in the majors as you can get tickets to a Brewers game for as little as $1. Uecker Seat tickets go on sale the day of the game and give fans access to slightly obstructed seats behind home plate. If you’re looking to go to a Brewers game for cheap, then you can’t beat the Uecker Seats.

Bob Uecker Last Row Statue

Whether you’re sitting in the Uecker Seats or not, take some time to head up there and check out the Bob Uecker Last Row Statue. The statue pays tribute to the legendary broadcaster and the famous commercial starring him.

Milwaukee Braves Honor Roll

The Brewers do an excellent job of celebrating the history of baseball in Milwaukee. The Braves Honor Roll, located on the Field Level concourse, contain names of former Braves who made their mark in Milwaukee including Hank Aaron, Eddie Matthews, and Warren Spahn among others.

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The Selig Experience

The Selig Experience pays tribute to former Brewers honor and MLB Commissioner Bud Selig. Located on the Loge Level, the exhibit features memorabilia from Selig’s tenure as Brewers owner as well as a multimedia presentation. If you want to learn more about Bud Selig and his role in bringing baseball back to Milwaukee, make sure to check out The Selig Experience.

Wisconsin Natives Wall of Honor

Stop by the Wisconsin Natives Wall of Honor and see all of the major league players to have come from Wisconsin.

Latinos in Baseball Display

The Latinos in Baseball Display honors all of the best Hispanic players in the history of the game and is a must-see.

All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Wall of Honor

The All-American Girls Professional Baseball League Wall of Honor shows of all the best players and biggest moments in the history of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League.

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Bernie's Clubhouse

If you’re bringing kids to the game, then take some time to stop by Bernie’s Clubhouse. Located on the Terrace Level behind home plate, Bernie’s Clubhouse will keep kids entertained throughout the game and is a great way to work out their excess energy.

The Famous Racing Sausages

In the sixth inning, fans are treated to one of the most fun traditions in all of baseball, the famous sausage race since the 1990’s. The competitors are Brat (#1), Polish Sausage (#2), Italian Sausage (#3), Hot Dog (#4), and last but not least Chorizo (#5). Over the years the tradition has become a fan favorite and is a must-see for anyone attending a Brewers game.

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Bernie Brewer

The face of the Brewers is Bernie Brewer, who even has his dugout atop the bleachers in left field. After Brewers home runs, he slides down a big yellow slide onto a large home plate, an experience that fans can pay to do themselves before the game.

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Hank the Dog

In 2014, Brewers team officials rescued Hank after finding him wandering around the team’s Spring Training facility. Since then Hank has become a part of Brewers culture and has even had a few bobblehead giveaways.

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Fight Songs

  1. Roll Out the Barrel

    This song is played during the seventh-inning stretch at home games in tribute to the Polish and German heritage in the area

    There’s a garden, what a garden
    Only happy faces bloom there
    And there’s never any room there
    For a worry or a gloom there

    Oh there’s music and there’s dancing
    And a lot of sweet romancing
    When they play the polka
    They all get in the swing

    Every time they hear that
    Everybody feels so
    They want to throw their cares away
    They all go

    Then they hear a rumble on the floor, the floor
    It’s the big surprise they’re waiting for
    And all the couples form a ring
    For miles around you’ll hear them sing

    Roll out the barrel, we’ll have a barrel of fun
    Roll out the barrel, we’ve got the blues on the run
    Zing boom tararrel, ring out a song of good cheer
    Now’s the time to roll the barrel, for the gang’s all here

    Then they hear a rumble on the floor-or-or-or
    It’s the big surprise they’re waiting for
    And all the couples they form a ring
    For miles around you’ll hear them sing

    Roll it out, roll it out, roll out the barrel

    Sing a song of good cheer
    Cause the whole gang is here
    Roll it out, roll it out
    Let’s do the beer barrel polka

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