Oriole Park At Camden Yards, Baltimore

About Oriole Park At Camden Yards, Baltimore

Oriole Park At Camden Yards, Baltimore - Address, Phone Number

Address: 333 West Camden Street, Baltimore, MD 21201, United States

Phone: +1-4106859800

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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This park that is popularly known as just Camden yards is the first of the retro baseball ball parks that were constructed here. This is the home ground of the very famous Baltimore Orioles baseball team that is known to have hosted quite a few very important matches.

The stadium was set up in the year 1992 replacing the Memorial Stadium that was one of the multi -purpose stadiums common earlier on. The Orioles Park was the first stadium of this asymmetrical design and architecture that was specially made for baseball games.

This land once served as the rail yard for the Baltimore and Ohio’s Railroad Camden Station. The whole field was constructed by civilians and donations taken from them but the field was later designated as a property of the state. There is also a separate park in here where you will find picnic tables and native orange umbrellas that depict the color of the national baseball teams. So you just do not come here as game audiences and spectators, but it is also a perfect place to enjoy a nice picnic.

Oriole Park At Camden Yards Information

  • Check game timings if you are planning to attend one of them.
  • All your bags will be passed through thorough security checks.
  • No outside food and drinks are allowed inside the stadium stands. 

How To reach Oriole Park At Camden Yards by Public Transport

  • Bus numbers 014, 017 and 027 till Russell Street and Camden Yards.
  • The Camden Station is just nearby.

Restaurants Near Oriole Park At Camden Yards

  • Brio Tuscan Grille
  • The Cheesecake factory
  • Ruth’s Chris Steak House
  • Diamond Tavern
  • Woodberry Kitchen

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Oriole Park At Camden Yards, Baltimore Reviews - Write a Review

  • The ballpark that started it all. Oriole Park is the first of the new era ballparks incorporating the comfort of the modern era and the style of yesteryear. Even 25 years after it's opening (1992) the place is still a classic and maybe getting even better. Good seating, good food, and good location. And maybe with the addition of some decent starting pitching, good baseball too.

  • You can bring your own water and food! If you're a regular stadium visitor, you know how rare and exceptional it is to enjoy a game without going broke on $7 bottles of water and $10 sandwiches. It's always clean, and well kept. The food selection that is offered is excellent, if pricey. Overall, an enjoyable night out.

  • I'm not really a baseball fan but I love going to Camden Yards to watch the games in person. The atmosphere is always so friendly and cheerful and the seats aren't bad. Because I'm not really a fan, I have no problem purchasing the nosebleed seats and they still have a decent view. There's lots of parking from garages to paid lots. The food selection is pretty good and there's lots of beer and beverages being served. Always a fun time at Camden Yards.

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  • I'm not a big baseball fan and don't follow any teams but I like going to games at this stadium. It has modern amenities but feels so comfortable, relaxed, and natural, almost like your watching one of the early games played out in the local field. I'm also a BIG fan of their fireworks nights. The music they plan with it is often pretty good and makes the experience so much better... if of course you can stick it out to the end of the game.

  • Always a good time at this beautiful ball park. Food is great. No seat is a bad seat. Parking is kind of far though - expect to pay $10 and walk a half mile. You can get closer parking for a price or take the light rail. I will definitely go back.

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