Marlins Park, Miami: Diamond Club
The Miami Marlins unveiled their new ballpark in April to considerable fanfare. The $500-million facility comes with a retractable roof, a South Beach–style nightclub and much talked about fish tanks built into the walls behind home plate (red-breasted wrasse and threadfin butterfly are among the occupants). But if you want to see the fish up close and personal, your best bet is to snag a Diamond Club ticket. The very exclusive seats—only 384 are available per game—feature views from the first eight rows behind home plate. The ticket also provides access to the Diamond Club, where, besides dining on high-end entrées, you can watch pro ballplayers take cuts in an indoor batting cage. Don’t worry—glass windows protect you (and your meal) from stray hits. $250–$400 per ticket; 1390 NW Sixth St.; 877-411-2012; miami.marlins.mlb.com.