Bobblehead Museum – Miami, Florida - Atlas Obscura

Bobblehead Museum

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This extensive display of bobbleheads is a tribute to one of the most unique pieces of sports memorabilia.  


There are more than 500 bobbleheads that are located in the two-sided glass display case. It has interior lighting so every bobblehead is visible. It is made of 3/8-inch clear tempered glass, which features vibration plates that cause the bobbleheads to bobble.

Each year, various Major League and Minor League teams donate their latest bobbleheads to the Marlins to update the museum. They also receive bobbleheads from local colleges and universities. The case can hold close to 600 bobbleheads at a time. Once a bobblehead is retired from the museum, the Marlins store it in their archives.

The bobbleheads displayed here are mostly baseball-related, but there are also celebrity figurines, including Pitbull and DJ Khaled. 

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It is adjacent to Billy’s Boathouse and the virtual Home Run Derby on the main concourse in center field. 

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