Marlins Park, Miami
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 visit planner to arrange your visit to Marlins Park and other attractions in Miami.
Marlins Park Reviews
On the plus side, it’s a newer park and very clean. Some interesting food choices like street tacos and a waffle cone dessert that’s really good. On the down side, attendance is poor which detracts fr... more »
Nice, new ballpark, easy to get to on the interstate. Parking right next to the park. Nice that they have escalators at the main entrance. Good diversity of concessions. Prices are high, but what ball... more »
Went to my first game there this week. OPENING DAY! Stadium is very cool. There is a lot of legroom. The roof was closed during the game because of rain. Parking is a whole other situation. It took us 45 minutes from 95 just to get to the parking lot. The food was okay. Not good, definitely not great. It is expensive too. You can definitely get cheap tickets to games but you will spend more and food and beverage than the cost of your ticket. I will definitely come back.
The prices for tickets are at almost 4 times what the used to be. The food is really bad, they no longer have Dominoes. They just offer small dried pizzas that look a week old. I bought wings that I had to return because they were bloody. They have 4 handles of beer, maybe 6 types. I tried a burger that just wasn't good-dry, lack of flavor.. I would have to rate all the food no stars or half of a star. None of the staff knew anything about the advertised food event promotion. It isn't easy to find the promotion on the mobile site. I would say they should change all of the food vendors, and offer the local craft beers. Every vendor seems to offer similar food and it was just overall a 0 star experience for the high ticket price. I don't know that family's will be able to afford these extremely high prices for what is not yet a winning team. I think the prices could have been raised if the Marlins had a winning season or done well. Do not expect any good food or pizza if you plan to suffer the high ticket prices.
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