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Oriole Park at Camden Yards
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Oct 20, 2014 by: Susan F from Loudonville, New York
Beautiful, with a hometown feel! We saw a Yankee game and I wasn't afraid to wear my team shirt. The food was good and not overpriced although the liquor was outrageous. A double shot of Kettle one vodka was $22!
Beautiful, classic ballpark
Oct 18, 2014 by: TCooper4653 from Frisco, Texas
The park is showing a bit of age, but it is a terrific venue. Easy access with the light rail stop adjacent and lots of parking.
In our top 4 of Baseball Stadiums!
Oct 17, 2014 by: C K from Denver, Colorado
At the North gate you will enter via a small garden with statues of a number of Baltimore baseball greats. Nice that the concourse goes around the entire field, but you can only see the field from the concourse from the outfield. The ushers are the best! They take you right to your seats and wipe them off (do expect to tip your usher if yours does this for you). With Baltimore being the home of the Star Spangled Banner, the Orioles all come out of the dugout and line up very respectfully. Really nice to see! Seats are fine and are not cramped.
Love Camden Yards!
Oct 17, 2014 by: Magical5 from RI
My husband and I go Camden Yards at least once a year! We absolutely love the Ballpark. It is in the heart of Baltimore but the atmosphere is so homey! The Warehouse is built right into the ballpark. No bad seat in the park. The smell of sausages and steak sandwiches fill the air. Transportation is available right outside the park. At the end of each inning there is something going on the teletron. My favorite is the kiss cam. There are statues outside the park of famous players. I encourage everyone to take in a game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards! I have never taken a tour, but I heard the tour is great.
Ultimate Ballpark Experience
Oct 17, 2014 by: Elwoodj84 from Bergton, Virginia
First of the new style parks built in 1991 and still the best. Not really a bad seat anywhere (though I am not fond of Sections 75-81, lower box left field). Diamond Tavern has the best pregame happy hour and is directly across from the North end of Eutaw street. Cheaper and better food/service than at other places farther into Inner Harbor. If you prefer the feel of a crowded college bar, go to Pickles pub.
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