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Oriole Park at Camden YardsBaltimore Orioles

333 W. Camden St, Baltimore, MD, 21201
    Oriole Park at Camden Yards is the Major League Baseball home of the Baltimore Orioles. It is considered the first of the “retro” ballparks that were built in the 1990s and early 2000s. The stadium is located in downtown Baltimore on land that once served as the Baltimore rail yards. Beyond the outfield wall is the former B&O Warehouse building. The stadium features a unique two-tiered design bull-pen, the first of its kind in Major League Stadiums. Fans entering the stadium pass a statue of Baltimore native Babe Ruth entitled, Babe’s Dream. Also located just outside the ballpark are sculptures indicating retired numbers of Oriole players.

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    History

    Plans to replace the Orioles former home, Memorial Stadium, began in 1984 when the NFL’s Baltimore Colts left town in the middle of the night and relocated to Indianapolis. Not wanting to see the Orioles follow suit, city officials hired architects to begin design on a new downtown ballpark. Construction began in 1989 and lasted 33 months. Former Orioles owner Eli Jacobs wanted to name the new stadium Oriole Park, while then-Maryland Governor William Donald Schaefer favored the name Camden Yards. The two sides compromised, combining their name ideas.

    Venue

    • Oriole Park at Camden Yards
      333 W. Camden St   Baltimore, MD 21201
      Call at (888) 848-2473

    Venue Details

    • 1992
    • Baltimore Orioles and the State of Maryland
    • Outdoor
    • Populous
    • Baltimore Orioles
    • Camden Yards
    • Yes
    • Right Field
    • Yes
    • Behind home plate and left field
    • Kentucky BlueGrass
    • 45971

    Dimensions

    • 333Ft
    • 364Ft
    • 400Ft
    • 373Ft
    • 318Ft
    • 25Ft
    • 1B
  • ATMs

    • North by Gate H
    • Gate D on the Lower Level
    • Upper Level
    • Club Level

    Gates

  • Parking:

    • Lots B and C - General

      • Various
      • No
      • Located directly south of stadium on Lee St
    • Surface Lots - General

      • Varies
      • No
      • Surrounding Camden and M&T Bank Stadium
  • Tickets

    • Field Box: $55
    • Terrace Box: $40
    • Club Box: $45-$55
    • Left Field Box: $27
    • Lower Reserve: $15
    • Upper Box: $18
    • Upper Reserve: $8-$13
    • Upper Box: $20

    Upcoming Events

    • No event is scheduled here.

  • Merchandise:

    • Attman's Deli

      • 1st Floor Warehouse
      • -
    • All Star Cafe

      • Club Level
      • -
    • Standard Concession

      • Throughout the facility
      • -
    • Guest Services

      • Behind Home Plate
      • -
    • Team Store Stands

      • Throughout the park
      • -
  • Policies

    General Info

    • N
    • All items are subject to search
    • Y
    • Upper level concourse only

    Carry-In Restrictions

    • Permitted
    • Permitted
    • Prohibited
    • Permitted - Soft sided only
    • Permitted - Must be factory sealed
    • Permitted
    • Permitted
    • Permitted
    • Permitted - Must be smaller than 16x16x8

Average Fan Ratings

  • Ratings: 2

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    • My absolute favorite ballpark of all time! The only stadium I know of where you can get a delicious crab cake during the game. And of course, there's ever-flowing Natty Boh. Employees are pretty friendly and there are good beer and food options. Not to mention it's gorgeous watching the game! Awesome old warehouse next door. Oh, and parking is only $10...right across from the ballpark! Love it so much. Lindsey, Cambridge, MD
    • Reviewed: 20 Days ago
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    • Stadium has a great atmosphere, but there are a few seats that make it more difficult to watch the game (I sat in one just beyond 1st base that faced straight out to center field, causing me to strain my neck looking over my should to home plate. Also sat in a seat with a pretty obstructed view out in left field). I like Eutaw Street, but don't get all the hype with this stadium. If it's your first trip, be sure to go to Boog's BBQ. Some of the food items are on the pricey side, even by ballpark standards, but the food is delicious and you get healthy portions. Jim, New York City
    • Reviewed: 20 Days ago
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