Minute Maid Park Clear Bag Policy
Astros Bag Policy 2023 states that no backpacks are allowed except for diaper bags and medical ones.
Bag Policy At Minute Park 2022 is strict regarding their backpack policy stating that bags allowed must not exceed more than 16″ x 16″ x 8″.
If you seek to bring any equipment inside the stadium, you have to ensure that only some bags will have exceptions to these measurements, like the single-compartment drawstring bags and even Astros Buddies.
A medical bag containing essential equipment like oxygen, insulin, or breast pumps will be considered. Moreover, the ballpark recommends the usage of an ADA-approved bag.
Minute Maid Park Purse Rules
Minute Maid stadium allows small purses inside the stadium. Large ones will be prohibited by security.
Alongside the small purses, the Astros ballpark has also established a rule regarding the coolers, i.e., only soft-sided coolers that don't exceed the bag size of 16″ x 16″x 8″ are allowed. Styrofoam and any other hard-sided coolers are banned.
The Astros ballpark does not allow any banners bigger than 3' x 2'. Furthermore, these banners must be presented in a show of support for the team or players and in a good manner. Slanderous or obscene banners are prohibited from getting displayed.
Other normal accessories that are banned in the Minute Maid stadium are listed below:
- Folding chairs
- Whistles and Horns
- Cameras with lenses bigger than 8 inches
- Tripods, bipods, or monopods
- Laser pointers
- Skateboards and Hoverboards
- Animals (except for disabled people)
The Ballpark Security Has The Right To Confisticate Prohibited Items
The Astros stadium security reserves the right to take prohibited items from visitors and refrain from their entry if deemed problematic.
The ballpark visitors need to know that Astros does not provide a separate facility outside the stadium to contain banned things (the better storage place is your car). Security has the right to check and secure any other goods that can seem malicious or offensive to the general public.
Getting found inside the ballpark with cigarettes and illegal drugs is a big no-no. Moreover, the stadium utterly frowns upon fighting, taunting, and using derogatory language.
Obstructing other visitors' views and placing cups on the walls are deemed behavioral violations. Fans are requested not to throw any objects into the field. The ballpark spectators must also understand that no person with costumes will be allowed entry.