Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore, MD)

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INFO Built in 1992, in the heart of Baltimore, Maryland, Oriole Park at Camden Yards is the official home of the Baltimore Orioles. Featuring three levels with almost 46,000 seats, numerous box suites and dining pavilions... ... read more

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    Baltimore, MD 21230

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Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore, MD) Information

Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore, MD) - Stadium in Washington, DC.

Built in 1992, in the heart of Baltimore, Maryland, Oriole Park at Camden Yards is the official home of the Baltimore Orioles. Featuring three levels with almost 46,000 seats, numerous box suites and dining pavilions, Camden Yards is a great place for anyone to catch a baseball game.

Constructed as the first retro-style baseball stadium, Camden Yards boasts a picturesque structure bringing back the classic ballpark feel with its open concourses, green seats, red brick, and exposed steel beams. Standing in the place of the former Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Rail Yard, much of the ballpark features a great view of the Baltimore skyline.

Famous moments in Camden Yards include Cal Ripken Jr. playing in his 2,130th consecutive game and passing Lou Gehrig for most consecutive games all-time. In addition to the streak, the stadium also played host to Cal’s final game in the Major Leagues in October of 2001. Outside of professional baseball games at Camden Yards, numerous television shows and movies have been filmed at the ballpark including Major League II, Dave, Head of State, and The West Wing.

There is plenty of parking in Lots B, C, F, G and H outside the stadium as well as buses that run to and from the stadium on game day.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards (Baltimore, MD) User Reviews

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Amazing stadium!
Elyse H. Dec 12, 2012
My boyfriend is also really into baseball and is from Baltimore so he’s taken me to some games. It’s really sad because every time I’ve been the stadium’s pretty empty. Maybe that’s because that’s how he got cheap seats but at the same time baseball is such a classic all-American pastime it’s sad to see so many seats empty! Plus the games are super super fun! The beers are expensive but it’s worth getting to watch the game with a cup of beer in hand! The brick makes the stadium feel smaller than it is, so it’s really easy to get into the action and excited about the game!
take me out to the ball game...
Tara R. Dec 9, 2012
4. I’m not a baseball person in any way, shape, or form. I find it the not-quite-as-long version of cricket, which still takes too long and is approximately as boring. That said, I love Camden Yards. It’s this gorgeous brick building with a gorgeous green baseball diamond. The views of the city are great, and even though the stadium was built relatively recently, it has an old-school, traditional feel. I’ve come here for several Orioles games, and despite hearing about the curse of the Orioles at length from my host, and of course with the help of a few beers, I had an amazing time every time. A definite, all-American place to stop by even if you’re not a baseball fan.
Amazing experience for not a lot of money
Jody P. Nov 30, 2012
Camden Yards is awesome. That's the long and short of it. It is beautiful and clean and, in my opinion, one of the best stadiums in the MLB. Boog's barbeque is famous (and really, really good) but if its not your thing, there are plenty of other choices of food to eat. For most games, you can get cheap tickets in the nosebleed seats (and then move closer in the 4th or 5th inning). One of the things I love about Camden Yards is that you can save money by bringing in your own food. You can pretty much bring whatever you want and then you are really only spending money on drinks (and souvenirs). You can really have a fun day at Camden Yards. I went to several games during Cal Ripken Jr.'s streak and have some great memories from that time. After the games, he would stay behind and sign items for fans and I remember waiting with my mom (who went to the same high school as Cal, but a few years ahead) and meeting Cal. My mom brought her yearbook and he spent about 20 minutes looking through it and then signed it, "thanks for finally letting me sign your yearbook". It was really cute. This is a really fun place to go no matter what age you are and is also really family friendly. Definitely a must-see in Baltimore!
Best Ballpark
Rebecca K. Aug 19, 2012
Oriole Park at Camden Yards is a great place to watch a baseball game. The stadium is clean and the people are fun and have a love for their home team. I love watching the Oriole bird dance on top of the dugout and getting a pit turkey sandwich from Boog's Barbeque.
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