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Admission dependent on event. Children under 36″ tall can attend games free with a paid adult.
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While best known as the home to the Vikings, US Bank Stadium also hosts public events throughout the year. Look for inline skating in the colder months.

Indoor Inline Skating at U.S. Bank Stadium

The stadium sometimes hosts indoor inline skating times. On these dates, skaters can purchase tickets at the door, but space is limited. Purchase tickets online or at the stadium’s Ticket Office. Doors open at 4:45 pm and a family skate is offered from 5pm to 8pm. After that, skating becomes more athletic during the last hour, from 8pm-9pm. Bring your own skates and safety gear, the facility does not offer rentals. Learn more here. General Admission $8.00.

U.S. Bank Stadium Tours

Public Tours are run daily and cost $19. Meet at the ticket office. Tours begin on the hour hour starting at 10am-4pm Monday-Saturday and 11am-3pm on Sundays. Dress appropriately for comfort, because tours last an hour and a half and cover approximately one mile.

Family Friendly Amenities at U.S. Bank Stadium

Parents will find baby changing stations in every restroom with several family restrooms reserved for parents with small children and guests with disabilities. There are also 4 Mamava Lactation suites, but mothers may breastfeed their children anywhere they feel comfortable.

The stadium does not permit strollers. However, in case of separation, families can stop by Guest Services on their way into the stadium on game days and get a child’s ID wristband, labeled with their seat location. While there, you can also get them a “First Game Button”. These buttons are available for any one of any age attending their first Viking Game.

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