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Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards, Baltimore

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4.1/5 based on 80+ reviews on the web
Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards was a non-profit sports museum in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, owned and operated by the Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum. It opened on May 14, 2005, with the daughter of celebrated baseball player Babe Ruth in attendance. After ten years of operation the museum closed abruptly on October 12, 2015 after failing to reach an agreement with the Maryland Stadium Authority for the continued use of Camden Station. The 22000sqft museum was adjacent to the main gate of Oriole Park at Camden Yards and has artifacts and interactive exhibits profiling Maryland’s sports history. Exhibits included such area teams as the Baltimore Orioles, Baltimore Ravens, Baltimore Colts, Maryland Terrapins, Baltimore Elite Giants, Baltimore Black Sox, and the Baltimore Blast.The museum was housed in the former Camden Station, originally constructed in 1857 by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O) as its main passenger station in Baltimore. After being vacant since the 1980s, the depot's exterior was restored in the 1990s as part of the development of the Camden Yards Sports Complex. Later interior renovations and remodeling were made to accommodate the building's adaptive reuse as a sports museum. Geppi's Entertainment Museum, which opened in September 2006, is located on the upper level of the building, directly above Sports Legends at Camden Yards. The nearby Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum remains in existence as a separate museum on Emory Street, two and a half blocks from Camden Station.
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  • Great place to browse Baltimore sports memorabilia. A ton of Orioles, Colts, Ravens sports stuff. Also, college sports section. Comfortable, low cost place to spend some time if you are interested. Re...  read more »
  • Self Guided tour through a Sports museum. Lots of interesting stuff for the sports buff. If your not a sports fan, this would not be for you 
  • Been here twice 4 years apart. Was expecting many changes in that time but not really much difference. Word to the wise, just go here, dont pay for the combo to Babe Ruth Birthplace...waste of time going there!! This is still a decent museum with loads of stuff to see. Just wish they would have updated more.
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  • You know my boyfriend loves sports so he likes to come here a lot. He says it motivates him.
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