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Review of Marlins Park

Marlins Park
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$59.00*
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Little Havana Adventure with Cuban Cigar Rolling
Ranked #16 of 366 things to do in Miami
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed May 30, 2014

The stadium since its renovations its very nice. They need to add more places for food and the fact that the marlins will win once in a while will be very nice. But the stadium itself looks very good and modern.

1  Thank chuncho88
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Reviewed May 30, 2014

Very comfortable place to watch a ballgame. Lid on, AC worked well, food was good, place was spotlessly clean especially the bathrooms. Ticket prices good. Covered parking worth the $20 cost as it is very convenient to the ballpark box office and entrance. Now if only the Marlins could have avoided the slaughtering they got.

1  Thank grapplegrommett
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Reviewed May 30, 2014

Went to a Marlins game recently while in Miami. Area surrounding park is anything but desirable. Parking was $20 in a parking garage right across from park. We had on-field batting practice passes and I was shocked at how little security was interested in the people they were letting out on the field! No ID required to pickup your pass, passes not dated, bags barely looked at. They also let a TON of people on the field for it.

One of the most unique features of the park is the saltwater fish tanks located behind home plate- although it looks like one bad foul ball disaster waiting to happen (staff claimed they are "bullet proof") The roof was OPEN the night I was there thankfully, as I would imagine it to be quite claustrophobic with it closed. Park was easily 3/4 empty. My seats were fantastic- right on the first base dugout, face value a whopping $80. Walk by the Bobblehead Museum on the main concourse, some real throwback bobbles in there, impressive collection.

There was Club access available due to the location of our seats, however we had no idea until about halfway through game. To get to the club you basically enter the tunnel (where there was NO security, an eager fan could have strolled right down to the clubhouse doors before being noticed) and the club smelled terrible and was ridiculously small. Not at ALL like clubs at other venues. But then again the whole experience was more like a minor league game.

Lastly, the Marlins have some sort of dance/cheerleading team that runs around the stadium and on-field during/after game. They were annoying (constantly jumping on/off the dugout we were sitting on) and completely UNnecessary at a baseball game. Beloved owner Loria should dump the dancers and use that money to maybe retain Stanton who was an absolute monster hitting 2 HRs.... so I ever saw the lovely "Marlins art" in CF dance/swim/whatever & spray water.

If you're a real baseball fan go simply because you won't beat the rock bottom prices to sit so close to the field.

1  Thank diamondlilx
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Reviewed May 30, 2014

This is a really nice new park with beautiful vistas from inside, an awesome set of luxury boxes (Diamond Club and Dugout Club) that include a nice buffet inside that lead to seats right behind home plate.

The seats are comfortable, the views are good, the retractable roof is handy, and the parking isn't a problem at all. There are great deals for tickets, but on the other hand, the stands empty (call it 20-30% full for any given game).

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Reviewed May 29, 2014

it an amazing building. really big. such a nice play for a basseball game. you can buy food have many entrances. big parking lot really cool

1  Thank JcPrivado
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