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Marlins Park, Miami
(4.5/5 based on 1,400+ reviews on the web)
With its retractable roof, Marlins Park offers spectators the chance to enjoy baseball in a comfortable setting, safely shielded from Miami’s hotter temperatures. Newly opened in 2012, the 37,000-seat stadium offers up various amenities, including a South Beach-inspired nightclub, a swimming pool, and a bobblehead museum. For a taste of local cuisine, grab a Cuban sandwich at the food court. The overall design of the stadium has influences of neomodern, such as the Miami Deco tiles that deck the parking garages and the Joan Miró signature primary colors used to label different zones around the park. Use our Miami holiday planner to add Marlins Park and other attractions to your Miami vacation plans.
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  • We came here today for a Marlins vs. Padres game. My husband and I try to catch a game or go on a stadium tour when we are in a new city. We have been to 6 MLB stadiums over the course of the past 2 y...  more »
  • As a local, we've had a lot of chances to try and grow to like Marlins Park. We just can't do it. The stadium itself is very pretty and clean - after all, it's only a few years old. But it's not every...  more »
  • Went to Miami for our anniversary and our dodgers were visiting the marlins at Marlins Park. Beautiful park, new, very modern with the roof being closed and being able to open to see fireworks, that w...  more »
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  • This park is just amazing. Good views overall from anywhere. The only park I know that has a nightclub with a pool inside :) Fireworks are amazing. Concerts and games are great. Parking is usually not a problem. Beer can be a bit expensive (more than $10). They do have a wide variety of food.
  • One of the best ballparks I've ever been to! The vibe it gives off is awesome! It has that island/tropical feel to it, not to mention, it was literally spotless! JF#16 will be greatly missed.
  • I'm on a trek to see all the major league parks and Marlins Park was my next stop. This is the first dome I've visited and I enjoyed it very much. It was a typical summer day in South Florida so, yes, it was hot outside. We sat behind home plate and must have been right in front of a vent because I could have used a jacket. While the team isn't doing so great, the stadium was super nice. We were there for the Marlins / Cubs game and they opened the dome for a fireworks show afterward. Very cool.
  • On September 8th 2016 I approached the box office located on the Marlins Ballpark site to ask a question regarding 6 tickets that I purchased on September 6th 2016. I was concerned with my purchase due to a special event called the Nicaraguan Heritage Night for September 9th that was not offered to me when purchasing my tickets. As this was the event I planned on enjoying with my family at the ballpark I went to the box office to confirm that my ticket would be accepted for the event. Unfortunately I was told that my tickets would not be accepted despite them being more expensiven than the actual event tickets. I asked for a solution to the my problem and the attendant wasn't not able to give me a solution nor explanation so she excused her self in order to seek guidance from her superior. When approaching the counter in order to address me, a woman who later identified her self as the "Director" began to shake her had and aggressively state that no refund or exchanges were able to be made. I unfortunately not doing my due diligence, bought the more expensive tickets seeing as the event is being held at the stadium during the game I opted for better seats. Madri, who is the woman that identified her self as the "Ditector" explained in very supercilious and degrading manner that this was not her concern and that I should have not bought the wrong ticket to the "Nicaragua 'emphasizing in a very demeaning and discriminating tone" heritage night event. I explained to her that I was not offered the tickets nor was it stated on their website that in order to participate in the event their needed to be any special tickets purchased. Having been a loyal patron to the Marlins Organization for over 15 years, Ive never encountered such a dissatisfaction in their customer service. The mannerism, body language, use of tone, and aggressiveness that Mardi showed was entirely unacceptable and uncalled for as director or anyone dealing with customers. In part the way she treated me during my visit was humiliating and condescending as she did this all in front of her employee which showed a terrible example on how to treat customers. At no time did she demonstrate compassion or sympathy towards my problem nor offering any solution, yet she proceeded to prosecute me for my mistake and expressing a strong loath for me and my situation. Having taken the time to write this negative review, it's shows how worthless and disgusting this experience has made me feel. Being a patron that has been recognized on Military Monday's as veteran of these United States, a person with several degrees and also being a respectful and courteous person, there is absolutely no justification for this type of treatment to another person yet alone a customer.
  • Beautiful park. great place to watch a baseball game. Completely different from what I am used to as the roof was closed and the AC made the place very comfortable. After the game, they opened the roof and there was an amazing fireworks show!.. Hint: if you are getting food, try the local flavors on the second floor behind the left field wall. Best food in the building.