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Marlins Park, Miami

4.5
#5 of 17 in Sightseeing in Miami
Tourist Spot Arena / Stadium
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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4.6
  • The Marlins Park experience remains highly enjoyable, no matter how many games you attend. The open style means never missing a pitch, even when you go to visit the numerous food and beverage stands a...  more »
  • This place was absolutely awe inspiring. When you first walk in all you can feel is the cool ac and they also open the roof the game we went! Definitely recommend checking this out. The marlins are fu...  more »
  • Well what else do you do when it's raining in Florida. The stadium is enclosed when the weather is inclement which is nice or when it's to hot out. Lots of food & drink stands available. The place is ...  more »
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  • We had fantastic seats behind home plate. The food choices are great! From hot dogs to yummy seafood you have it all! The covered stadium is air conditioned and just beautiful! We are definitely returning soon!
  • Great park, pricey food but good atmosphere Th best bang for the buck is Taste Of Miami, their sandwiches are filling and price about right. I get the Souvenir Cup every time I go (don't drink unless I'm not driving) and get free refills of Sobe water. They got a new section of a local brewery with nice music(at least it was there on Saturday's game) Enjoy when you go!
  • Visited the stadium watching my Team play the Marlins. Easy Parking. Well organized staff. Entertainment for kids between innings. Fans in the stands were friendlt. Tickets are so much cheaper than NY area. Overall great experience, except my Team lost.
  • beautiful modern ball park. Parking in the garage was great and the ball park was easily accessible. Escalators and elevators, clean and easy to access no excessive walking. Prices high of course in Miami for concessions and not a lot sold in the stands.
  • Incredible facility. It's amazing how they manage to get so many people in and out if the facility with such ease. Kudos to the Marlins staff and all who make it happen on a day to day basis!

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