In Game

The Marlins pull out all the stops to put on an excellent in-game experience and the carnival-like atmosphere surrounding a Marlins game is unlike anything you’ll experience elsewhere in the Major Leagues. Marlins Park features lots to see including tons of artwork, a bobblehead museum, and even an aquarium.

If the stuff on display isn’t enough to keep you entertained at a Marlins game, then the in-game entertainment will. All throughout the game, you’ll be entertained by Billy the Marlin, a mascot race, and the Energy Squad. Then if none of that fancies you, the Marlins often hold firework shows and concerts after the game.

The sheer amount of entertainment at your disposal makes a trip to Marlins Park well worth your time, so if you’re a baseball fan visiting the Miami area make sure to stop by and take it all in.

Things to check out

Bobblehead Museum

This ever-moving glass case features bobbleheads from all across the MLB, including a Wild Thing (Ricky Vaughn from Major League) bobblehead. The museum is on the concourse directly behind home plate and is a must-see, so make sure to check it out.

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Also behind home plate are two aquariums encased in bulletproof glass. Take some time before the game to see the aquarium during your visit to Marlins Park.

Home Run Sculpture

Love it or hate it, you won’t miss the Marlins home run sculpture when attending a game at Marlins Park. The sculpture lights up whenever the Marlins hit a home run, so look for it when the Marlins go deep.

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Clevelander Bar

The Clevelander Bar, located at field level in the left field ,is more of a dance club than a bar. Equipped with DJs, dancers, stilt walkers, and even a swimming pool, this addition to Marlins Park has been well-received by many fans. It’s open two hours before the and stays open two hours after every home game making it a perfect pregame and postgame spot.

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Papo Llega y Pon

Make sure to stop at this restaurant to try some of their unique menu items such as chicharrones (chunks of fried pork belly with a crispy outside and buttery soft inside) and the fan favorite Pan con Lechon (roasted pork sandwich).


Team owner Jeffrey Loria is an art collector and has peppered the stadium with several works of art for fans to enjoy. Take some time before the game to wander around and see all the pieces, especially the Red Grooms’ animatronic home-run sculpture that is hotly debated with the among fans.

Energy Squad

The Marlins employ this co-ed dance squad to entertain and rile up the crowd during Marlins games. Get loud when you see the Energy Squad to give the Marlins as much of a home field advantage as possible.

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Billy the Marlin

The loveable Marlins mascot has appeared in several ESPN commercial over the years and is one of the best-known mascots in baseball. Keep an eye out for Billy as you never know what he’ll do next.

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Sea Creature Race

Don’t miss the sea creature race! The race features a slew of sea creature mascots racing around the field and is a must-see for anyone in attendance.

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