Tours for Marlins Park
About Marlins Park, Miami
The Marlins Park is the present home of the Miami Marlins, the city's Major League Baseball franchise. It is sprawled across 17 sections of land of the previous Miami Orange Bowl site in Little Havana, 2 miles west of Downtown. Development was finished in March 2012, in time for the 2012 season of year. The stadium is designed after neo-modernist architecture. The contemporary ballpark is the first entirely contemporary ballpark built in MLB since Oriole Park at Camden Yards. With a seating limit of 37,442; it is the third active smallest stadium in Major League Baseball by official limit, and the diminutive smallest by real limit. Marlins Park is one of the attractions in 3 Days Itinerary Miami. Must visit this awesome attraction.
Marlins Park Information
- Acknowledging the agreement around games fans that Miami requirements this sort of venue for expert baseball, Marlins Park has been a largely flourishing and spectacular addition to the country of Florida and a striking attraction of Miami after it was completely built and inaugurated.
Marlins Park Tickets Prices
- Ticket prices depend on the Game.
Marlins Park Opening and Closing Hours
Box office timings
- Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
- Saturday from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
How To Get To Marlins Park by Public Transport
- NW 7th Street.
- NW 17th Avenue.
Restaurants Near Marlins Park
- Sir Pizza
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Experience panoramic views of lush vegetation teeming with wildlife as you venture deep into the interior of the Florida tropical wetlands on a Miami Everglades Airboat Adventure. Explore the wilderness as you glide through the water, learning about the areaâs complex ecosystem and history with narration from your bilingual airboat captain and guide. As part of your swamp tour, score an up-close look at wetland reptiles during an alligator wildlife show, and wander through jungle trails filled with crocodilian exhibits before you return to your airboat. Round-trip transport from Miami is included.
Share your experience - Rate Marlins Park, Miami
Not a huge fan of baseball but still have so much fun every time I join my friends at the park. Friendly staff, LOVE the fact that you can see the game from any point you stand in the stadium and the lighting is beautiful. Crowd is very interactive and love the beer selection they have throughout.
I've been here twice. Once for a baseball game and the second time for Guns N Roses concert. I had a great time for both events. I was really hot during the concert since the dome was open. They have a great variety of food, although it was pricey. I will definitely be back whenever there's another event I'm interested in.
Oh you have to go to the ballgame at Marlins Park. It's not that hard to find with a GPS. Leaving to find I95 is even easier without the aid of a GPS. Whether you like the Marlins baseball or not you have to see what is inside this magnificent building. If Derek Jeter improves the team it will make it even better. There are private parking lots around the Stadium for anywhere starting at $10 and upwards. Most are $15. Enjoy it as I do.
I've been to a lot of ball parks and this one is definitely one of the best! Easy to get around and good food, not as much beer as some other ball parks but that's more of a Miami issue rather than a Marlins Park issue. If you are in town, and for sure as a local, you should come check out this great ball park.
It was my first professional baseball game. The experience was amazing. I sat front row behind the visitor dugout which gives you a clear view at the batting area. They do fun things in between innings which add to the experience.
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