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Oriole Park at Camden Yards
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The Ballpark that changed baseball
Nov 20, 2014 by: allanon from Baltimore
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the home park of the Baltimore Orioles, is the tenth oldest ballpark in major league baseball. It opened in 1992 and is the oldest of the retro ballparks(newer parks that look like the oldtime ballparks). Almost every ballpark that has opened since 1992 has attempted to copy some of the retro features of this ballpark. They give behind the scenes tours of this ballpark on a daily basis from February to Thanksgiving. It is an excellent 1 1/2 hour tour at a cost of only $9. The guides talk about the ballpark and the history of baseball in Baltimore. This is a great way to spend part of a day in Baltimore and the inner harbor is only a few blocks away.
Learnt so much
Nov 20, 2014 by: maurren from Alnwick, United Kingdom
We still think Baseball is really rounders! We had a great tour and the baseball park is just fascinating - so well designed and fits into the area beautifully - our guide was brilliant
Nov 18, 2014 by: RachelS111215 from Myerstown, Pennsylvania
This park was great to see, the entrance was a crazy crowded area. And i would have liked some more traditional ballpark food.
And the Red Sox won :)
Nov 18, 2014 by: ScottHayes from Birmingham, England
If you are in Baltimore during Baseball season, a visit to see a game at Camden Yards is a must. The ballpark is very well laid out, with comfortable seats. The atmosphere was great - very friendly and lots of fun. The staff are helpful and attentive, and there are plenty of food and drink choices.
Take Me out to a Ball Game!
Nov 14, 2014 by: Joan M from Berlin, Maryland
While on an extended stay in Baltimore, we were able to see one of Baltimore's last home games of their regular schedule. What a beautiful stadium near the Inner Harbor. We were able to walk to Camden Yards from the Embassy Suites which was about a mile walk so we did not have to deal with Parking. We had great seats right off third base about four rows back. Only thing I wish we had was a glove. You really have to pay attention since this is professional baseball and these guys tend to really wack that ball!
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