Hussain al Nowais Presents Three Things You Can Do at Marlins Game besides Watching the Marlins Play

Are you a fan of a team in the NL East and are thinking about going down to Miami to watch your team play? Miami is a really great place to be in April and May when the temperatures haven’t risen too high yet as they do in the dog days of summer. However, Hussain al Nowais wants you to know that there are so many things to do besides watching the game when you go to Marlins Park. He wants you to get the full experience when you come down here, so consider checking out the following things as you spend your time in Little Havana:

Check Out All of the Art: It’s no secret that owner Jeffrey Loria is a well-known art lover and collects some of the best pieces from artists all around the world. He has posted some of that artwork all throughout the stadium, so if you walk around the stadium, you’re sure to find something that will peak your interest.

Eat at the Taste of Mexico: The Taste of Mexico corridor features a variety of food stands that are sure you keep you satisfied if you love Latin food.  If you’re not a fan of Latin food, no problem. Marlins Park has dining options for every food preference, and you’re sure to find something you’ll enjoy – from nachos to sushi rolls and craft beer.

Visit the Bobblehead Museum: Hussian al Nowais has been to Marlins Park many times, and he can attest to the fact that the Bobblehead Museum at Marlins Park is just awesome.  The Bobblehead Museum includes more than 700 bobblehead dolls of current and retired Marlins starts, MLB legends, MLB all-stars and more. If you’re a fan of bobblehead dolls, you definitely can’t miss checking this out.