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Marlins Park, Miami

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.4/5 based on 1,300+ 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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  • Its a nice new ballpark that has a great view. Some of the best food options I have had at all my ballpark experiences. The seats are comfortable as it is a fun day when visiting this place. Although ...  read more »
  • We would always pass on the highway and it called attention to the stadium but we aren't very adept baseball, so we find out and we saw that we could do a guided tour. The stadium is impressive, huge super organized. Very attentive staff. There are visits 4 days to the week in 3 schedules 10, 12 and 14 hours. The price is $10u s and children 3 years do not pay. When there are party there are no visits.
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  • Fell in love with Baseball Stadium as the game, I learned the rules in place. The Organization and local beauty charmed me. Next time I'm in Miami, I'm sure I will in the Marlins Park.
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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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Clean. Easy to get in and out. Excellent garage parking. Seating is great. Tickets are reasonably priced. We are visiting from St. Louis. We are talking about returning next year.
  • A park built around political contraversy, questionable expenses, and city planning concerns. This park actually is quite nice. Get your local flavors at Taste of Miami. Check out the largest baseball bobble head museum. Enjoy amazing views from every seat it's intersting archetcetual design allows for some epic views from the bar, the cleavlander bar, and behind the home plate there is even a live aquarium. Plan on being there an hour in advance as parking is very limited.
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