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- Address: 501 Marlins Way, Miami, FL 33125, United States
- Timings: 08:30 am - 05:30 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3054801300
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Sport, Stadium, Family And Kids, Architecture
Marlins Park - Review
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 Ticket Prices
- Ticket prices depend on the Game.
Marlins Park 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 reach Marlins Park by Public Transport
- NW 7th Street.
- NW 17th Avenue.
Restaurants Near Marlins Park
- Sir Pizza
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Things to Know Before Visiting Marlins Park
16.12% of people who visit Miami include Marlins Park in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
63.39% of people start their Marlins Park visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Marlins Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Marlins Park
Marlins Park Trips
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Marlins Park, Miami Reviews
The best thing about this stadium is the roof. It’s weird to say that, but it keeps the place cool and also allows for you to know that the game is happening rain or shine! The staff is friendly, the views are pretty good from most seats, and the food is decently priced. I enjoyed being able to watch a game here. Also, with the Marlins not being that competitive right now... tickets are very cheap to go watch a game!
Handicapped beware!!! The stadium itself is beautiful and lots of good food choices around. Also the staff in general was very helpful. My father is handicapped and we had handicapped seats behind home plate and they gave us a wheel chair and brought us to our seat and back to our car, very impressive service there. But the handicapped seat section was a free for all and not regulated at by the stadium we were basically at risk of losing our seats anytime you even stood up. Even though they were the seats we paid for and had tickets for. We even ended up with a rude woman and her intoxicated companion starting a huge fight and scene over OUR seats. The handicapped seating needs better regulations!!!!
Watched the game from the Clevelander - outfield, ground level with very quick bar service. Extra wide padded seats. We stayed for a good hour after the game and they never tried to rush us out like at other parks. Great experience.
Went to my first honkball game over here (Miami Marlins vs Washington Original, Marlins won!) and had a great experience. Food was a bit expensive, had great seats and loved the audience around me. Firework show at the end was really cool with the open roof, changed my seat in about 5 minutes and the roof was completely open after that! Overall great experience
As the old expression goes “you take the good with the bad.” Attended my first ballgame at this stadium. It could be that this experience was more amplified by the fact that the Yankees were in town because everything is more amped up when the Yankees are involved. So, let’s walk through this first time experience one part at a time. Bad; when we tried to exit 95 to go to the park we sat in traffic for ninety minutes waiting for the interminable red lights. Ninety minutes to go under two miles! How come the team has made no arrangements with the city to expedite traffic on game days? A dedicated traffic lane would go a long way to allievate the frustration of sitting in traffic watching a traffic light change over and over again. Good; although there was a very long line getting into the prepaid parking garage, once we left the garage the ballpark was literally right across the street Very easy access. Bad; once in we decided to grab a bite to eat. Two pork sandwiches, two hot dogs (the small ones, not the foot longs), a beer, and a water. Can you say $55.50? Now add two pretzels (if you can find the stand; only one in the whole park) and you can add another $11. Good thing I hit the ATM before we went into the game. No food once in your seats, but you can buy a beer for supposedly $14, even though I only received $5 change from my $20. Guess the vendor believed he deserved a tip so he took it himself. How come no food vendors walking around the stands? I was still hungry and I would have gladly taken out a second mortgage to buy a hamburger. Good; this place is non-stop action. Music, flashing lights, dancing girl cheerleaders, bilingual cheering, and giveaways; it was all there. The place was alive with people moving around in droves. Although it boardered on sensory overload and had more of a minor league approach to the sport it was still very entertaining. Bad; all these distractions made it difficult to settle into the game itself. It was almost like the ballgame was secondary to “the show.” Good; as we left the parking garage to once again fight the traffic gridlock there at the exit was a young lady employee smiling and waving goodbye. Nice touch. So there you have it. All things considered I would probably not go back, at least not when the Yankees come to town, because it just did not feel like a real ballgame and I really feel offended by the ridiculously high food prices. How could a family of four or five afford a night out at the ballpark without dipping into the kids’ college fund?