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Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Baltimore

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 3,600+ reviews on the web
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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  • I love going to this ballpark. The best part is you don't have to get screwed over by the stadium and spend way too much money on food. You can bring in your own food and drinks. All seats have a grea...  read more »
  • My husband is a massive O's fan and we stayed in Baltimore 5 days in order to catch a 4 game home stretch. Although the O's disappointed (losing 3/4) the grounds did not. Great seats, many, many optio...  read more »
  • $9 (adults) gets you just about everywhere in the ballpark (home dugout, press centre, IT room, VIP lounges, trophy room) bar the dressing room and the playing grass. Mike our guide was amazing - full...  read more »
  • Beautiful stadium and parking is always very close by for the stadium. I like how there is a tram that has a stop near by so that you don't have to deal with coming into the city. Haven't used it but heard good things about it. The food at Camden yards is great! Try the crab dip fries.
  • Arguably one of the best modern baseball stadiums built in a historic area, utilizing the 100 year old warehouses and a 200 year old train station in it's design. There's not a bad seat in the house, and good seats near the action can be had for $30. Local breweries and restaurants are highlighted all around the stadium. There is a children's playground inside, and many historical markers to learn more about the rich history of Baltimore. Don't miss the brass plaques embedded in the walkway near the scoreboard marking where the home runs hit (or were caught by a fan) over the years. Tickets, food and beers are still cheap enough to have a great family day at the Yards without breaking the bank.
  • Love this stadium. I can just feel the moment at that stadium, a beautiful place. Not some bad food, and it isn't overpriced. Good and affordable food for a pro venue. I'm an Orioles fan, so I definitely am giving this a 5-star rating. Great place to be in.
  • Easily one of the best MLB ballparks in the nation. Convenient, walkable, and just an overall fun place to be. (I'm not even an O's fan, and I love going there.) Prices are as expected, seats can be super cheap since there's really not a bad on in the house, even in the nosebleeds. Opening Day is a must at least once, but you'll have to spend some dough or be creative to get there.
  • Great place to watch a game food prices are very fair team gear is a little expensive but the seats are incredibly cramped I'm six foot three and my knees were in the back of the person in front of me. Other than that it was a great Park
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