Ballpark Nerd Rank: 2
Opened: 1992 Capacity: 45,971
- Field Box sections 16-18 & 56-58
- Terrace Box sections 19-53 first 8 rows overhang becomes obtrusive beginning in row 9
- Club Box sections 212-214 & 256-260
- Upper Box sections 316-356
Getting to the Park
Address: 333 W Camden St, Baltimore, MD 21201
Ballpark Nerd recommends staying in the Inner Harbor and walking to Camden Yards; if you are local taking the Light Rail is the way to go. For $3.40 round trip and free parking at most lots along the Light Rail route why fight traffic and pay $15-$20 for parking? Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) also offers Local Bus and Metro Subway Travel.
- Babe Ruth Statue welcomes Fans to Camden Yards. He was born in Baltimore, I recommend visiting the Babe Ruth Museum while in Charm City.
- B&O Warehouse the once dilapidated warehouse is now a symbol of the Ballpark revolution, what was once old is new again.
- Orioles Wall of Fame is located on Eutaw Street.
- Eutaw Street is located between the B&O Warehouse and Camden’s seating area. While walking through make sure you look down to see the Brass Balls that identify home runs. There is also one on the B&O Warehouse, a Ken Griffey Jr. HR Derby shot from 1994 which hit on a bounce.
- Statues and Numbers of Oriole greats Cal Ripken Jr., Eddie Murray, Earl Weaver, Jim Palmer, Frank Robinson and Brooks Robinson.
- Foul poles from Memorial Stadium, the Orioles home from 1954-1991.
- Boog’s BBQ Sandwich – Pit beef on Kaiser roll
- Chesapeake Fries – Lump Crab & Cheese
- Soft Shell Crab Sandwich
For the Kids
- Mascot – The Oriole Bird
- The Orioles offer one of the best Kids’ playgrounds in MLB. Located near Gate C (first base side) the Kids’ Corner includes batting practice, bounce house, speed pitch and a jungle gym.
- Children age 2 and under may be admitted to Orioles games without a ticket.
- Kids run the bases after every Sunday home game. Weather permitting.
- The Orioles also offer kids 14 and under the opportunity to join the Junior Orioles Dugout Club. For $25 members receive a ticket to six games during the season.
While You’re in Town
Trip Advisors’ Top 5 Baltimore Attractions:
- Oriole Park @ Camden Yards
- Fort McHenry National Monument
- The Walters Art Museum
- National Aquarium, Baltimore
- Fell’s Point
For a full list of attractions visit Trip Advisors’ Baltimore page.
Ballpark Nerd Recommends – The Babe Ruth Museum
Road Trip Directions
- 40 miles to Nationals Park
- 105 miles to Citizens Bank Park
- 200 miles to Citi Field and Yankee Stadium