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Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum
Based on 112 traveler reviews
Worth an hour of time! Interesting history
Sep 27, 2014 by: pdxjeff1959 from Portland, Oregon
This museum is only a few blocks from Camden Yards and easy to find. Just follow the painted baseballs on the sidewalk. I think it cost about $7.00. The home has some of the original furniture, and you get a good sense of what life was like in the early part of the 20th century. It also has a lot of information about his time at St. Mary's and his rise to national fame. The staff at the front was helpful and willing to answer questions about the exhibit. Worth the cost of admission.
Nice Salute to the Babe
Sep 25, 2014 by: JackieBG7 from Old Bridge, New Jersey
Museum is only a short walk from Camden Yards and Legends Museum. It is in his restored birthplace and a must for baseball fans. There is a lot of info and exhibits on the Babe's life and legends. Hubby and I are Yankee fans and this was a lot of fun on top of our visit to Camden Yards to see the Orioles / Yankees game.
VERY GOOD FOR BASEBALL/SPORTS FANS
Sep 21, 2014 by: garstonian from Warrington, United Kingdom
Very good and reasonably priced. Runs though the whole life of Babe Ruth. As you can expect, there are jerseys, bats, autographs, photographs all in the home of his grand parents where some rooms are kept as original as possible. It's only a small house but the two floors are open. Worth a look inside.
Great little Museum
Sep 20, 2014 by: Champaignguy from Champaign, Illinois
Really enjoyed this. Not large, but only $4 for a senior. Had a nice short movie on the Star Spangled Banner at the 1918 World Series . (worth looking this up in Wikipedia). Several small rooms, but learned a lot about Babe Ruth. A nice little gift shop as well
Must see if you are a fan!
Sep 14, 2014 by: PaMpm27 from
Short walk from Camden Yards and an enjoyable visit. Lots to learn of Babe's life, lore and fame! Short movie and an interesting gift shop. Mini hall of fame type exhibit.
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