New York Mets at Miami Marlins
Wed. Sep 3, 2014 7:10 PM Marlins Park, Miami FL

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The following information provides you with everything you need to know in regards to Marlins Park seating, concessions, parking, and more before you visit Miami to watch the Marlins vs the New York Mets on September 3.

Marlins Park Seating Information
This state-of-the-art ballpark features an unparalleled modern look that includes a retractable roof and outfield panels that allow for a natural breeze as well as a breathtaking view of the city skyline. The field-level seating options are all in the single digits and also include the Bullpen Reserved sections in the outfield. The Home Run Porch makes up the 100-level options and spans from center field to right field. The 200-level seating is all part of the Lexus Legends Level, which consists of 34 suites. The 300-level is also known as the Vista Level and includes all of the highest upper-deck seats. Marlins Park has several special premium-seating options available, including entrance to The Clevelander--located in left field--which reflects the atmosphere at the famous South Beach hotspot of the same name.

Marlins Park General Information
To ensure an ideal experience for all fans at the Marlins-Mets game, Marlins Park prohibits the following items from being brought into the venue: glass bottles, metal cans, outside alcohol, professional-style cameras, and large bags. Please note, however, that patrons are permitted to bring inside the stadium one soft-sided, factory-sealed water bottle (20 ounces or less) and one single-serving food item in a clear plastic bag.

Marlins Park Food and Beverage Information
Marlins Park offers a wide variety of food and drink options for every fan, including countless concession areas and many restaurants. Choices include pizza, grill favorites, kid's options, ice cream, and traditional Cuban and Mexican fare.

Marlins Park Parking Information
If you are planning to drive, you will have a bevy of options to choose from. The four parking structures and six open lots on the property of Marlins Park include nearly 6,000 parking spots and can be purchased on game day or in advance. If you choose to take advantage of off-site parking, you will have several options within a one-mile radius, all of which will differ in price depending on the owner of the private property.

Fans who don't wish to drive can use the water taxi service along the Miami River or utilize one of the city's many public transportation options. If you plan to ride your bike, you can use the free bicycle parking stations at the Third Base Garage and Home Plate Garage.

Marlins Park Gate Times
The gates will typically open 90 minutes prior to the scheduled first pitch. Fans who wish to gain early entry to the stadium to watch batting practice are allowed to occupy seats other than their own up to 45 minutes following the opening of the gates. Please be advised that the Marlins or Mets may not elect to take batting practice before the contest.

Marlins Park Accessibility
Marlins Park has accessible seating, restrooms, family restrooms, and concessions on each level of the stadium. The staff also offers special accommodations and services for guests with wheelchairs or other devices that may be required for assistance. Accessible parking can be found at all lots and parking garages on the property. If you have any questions or would like to reserve accessible seats, please contact Marlins event staff.

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