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Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore

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Delve into America’s favorite pastime at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Located in the heart of Baltimore, the complex was the first of a wave of retro ballpark constructions, built in 1992, and is home to the Baltimore Orioles. Attend an MLB game to experience the vibrant energy of Orioles fans, or take a stadium tour for a behind-the-scenes look at the complex and to learn the history of baseball in Baltimore. Oriole Park at Camden Yards is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our custom trip planner, Baltimore Edition.
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  • Took a tour of the Orioles baseball stadium at Camden Yards in Baltimore. The tour was very informative, and the park was one of the nicer venues that I've ever visited. The tour guide did an excellen...  more »
  • Make sure you take the tour of the park that is offered on most game days very informative. We have been here several times and sit in the reserve section.it is on the level with the boxes. You have a...  more »
  • Was the most fun I've had in years but the way people treat sports in baltimore is something that I never thought I'd get to experience.  more »
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  • I have been to other MLB stadiums and this one takes the cake for the best all around. The atmosphere is fun. Everyone who is there is glad to be there. The stadium is very open. You can walk around the majority of the stadium and still find a spot to watch the game in just a few steps. Better than that, there isn't a bad seat in the house. A local recommended we ask for right field bleacher seats. We did and $20 bucks later we were three rows from the outfield wall. We were so close we could talk to the right fielder. We also ate at a restaurant inside the park. The food was great and the beer was cold and not watered down. It was a great night filled with good memories/experiences.
  • Oriole Park is one of the finest baseball stadiums in the country. Though fairly new, it has a classic, old-time look and feel. Sight lines from every seat are good. Concessions can be had for nearly every taste. Enjoy baseball played in a wide open setting, and cheer for your team.
  • The greatest ballpark in America. The exposed brick and green make the park fit right into the Baltimore Inner Harbor aesthetic. There isn't a bad seat in the house, plus you can bring in outside food and drinks (sealed, non-alcoholic). Pregame at any one of the bars right next to the park and then head in!
  • The stadium and its staff are amazing. This was the highlight of the place. The rest of Baltimore is sorta ghetto. It seems like everyone dresses in sweatpants, a greasy shirt to large and has a beard. Essentially, without being a jerk, everyone you pass at Pickles or Sliders either looks homeless, is homeless or is from out if town and came to see the game. The park itself is wonderful. The staff are all some of the friendliest I've ever encountered and they really do their best to make you feel welcome and wanting to come back. However, if I never step foot in Baltimore again, mission accomplished.
  • First time I went, saw Orioles vs. Pirates. GO PIRATES! I liked the stadium a lot. Has a historic feel to with with the "fire station" bricks. Nice views, plenty of vendors. Enjoyable time!