Bobblehead Museum At Marlins Park
By now, you likely know that Marlins Park has some unique features, such as the massive and psychedelic home run sculpture beyond left-center field, or the fish tank on the backstop. But you probably didn't know that the park also has a BOBBLEHEAD MUSEUM!
The New York Times' Tyler Kepner was on hand today at Marlins Park for a Spring Training matchup between the Marlins and Yankees. And Kepner was kind enough to take a picture for us of the bobblehead museum, which features a whopping 588 bobblehead dolls (which is about how many actual people attended Marlins games on average in the past):
Tim Ryan at The Big Lead adds, "It’s apparently located on the Promenade Level and features 588 nodding dolls that represent every team in baseball, and the structure itself moves just enough to keep the heads constantly bobbling. There’s also a touchscreen kiosk that allows you to find the spot of each player. Pretty cool idea."
Pretty cool indeed.