MARLINS PARK, HOME OF THE MARLINS - MIAMI, FL

Marlins Park

2019 TOURS THAT INCLUDE MARLINS PARK

The 2019 tours that include Marlins Park are no longer available. Check back later this year to see the schedule of tours that will visit Miami in 2020.

 

ABOUT MARLINS PARK...

The Miami Marlins moved into Marlins Park in 2012. By capacity it is the third smallest park in the Majors and the sixth to feature a retractable roof. The stadium hosted the 2nd game of the 2013 World Baseball Classic and also hosted the 2017 MLB All-Star Game. The stadium houses some unique features like two aquariums behind home plate, a bobblehead museum and a night-club that is available for private functions on game days.  

Ballpark Facts

    • 37,000 seats in three seating decks
    • Home run porch
    • 42 suites
    • 8 party suites
    • Three-panel retractable roof
    • 928,000 square feet on the former Orange Bowl site
    • Main concourse average width: 40 feet
    • Upper concourse average width: 32 feet
    • Field dimensions:
      • Left field: 340'
      • Left field power alley: 384'
      • Center field: 422'
      • Right field power alley: 392'
      • Right field: 335'

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