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. Work out when and for how long to visit Oriole Park at Camden Yards and other Baltimore attractions using our handy Baltimore trip itinerary planner .
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  • Walking distance to Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Great baseball experience. Seats are all very good for seeing the game. Vegetarian food options and gluten free beer are available.  more »
  • The O's may not always be at the top of the league, but this is a first class place to see a game. As far as stadiums go, it is quite a nice place visually. The staff has never failed to be polite. Th...  more »
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  • I absolutely love this park. The staff is super friendly and helpful, I've never had a bad experience...even when my 4 month old had a blow out into the ergo I was wearing him in...everyone was helpful, to include random strangers that asked what they could do. Thankfully this year was blowout free and the highlight of my son's trip was meeting the mascot. Food is great, priced accordingly for ballparks. Many many trips in the future are to be had!
  • I always love going to Camden Yards - just wish the Orioles were doing better this season! The park is clean, the employees are friendly, there is parking on site if you're willing to pay, or plenty nearby that you can walk to from various lots in downtown Baltimore. I think employees try their best to keep the park family-friendly, although it is definitely expensive to buy tickets and food for a family. You'll save a few dollars by stopping to buy a t-shirt or peanuts at the vendors on the corner and you can take these into the park. There's also a really nice gift shop in the warehouse building just outside the ballpark. Be sure to check the rules online about what you can bring into the park. As expected, there are very strict rules and anything that doesn't meet the rules will be taken from you at the ticket entrances or you can walk it back to your car.

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