Known as the ballpark that revolutionized baseball, Oriole Park at Camden Yards made retro ballparks all the rage in the game and helped revitalize Downtown Baltimore. Identified by the distinctive warehouse that stretches beyond the outfield wall, Oriole Park at Camden Yards retains iconic status several decades after it first opened its doors in 1992. The park is forever identified with Cal Ripken, Jr., who broke Lou Gehrig's consecutive games record at the stadium. Baltimoreans flock to the stadium 81 times each season to see their beloved Baltimore Orioles. Recently, the stadium has begun to host concerts, including a performance by Billy Joel. The stadium also hosted Pope John Paul II in 1995. Grab your Oriole Park at Camden Yards tickets at StubHub today.
What concessions are available at Oriole Park?
Baltimore is famous for its unique foods, and those are incorporated at the stadium. Boog's Barbeque, beyond center field, started the trend of ballpark grills operated by former players. The stadium has numerous crab-themed offerings, reflecting the city's famous food. One of the more popular offerings is the Crab Waffle Fries. Other varieties of crab include crab mac & cheese, crab pretzels and crab-topped hot dogs. Fans can also buy numerous types of hot dogs from the legendary local joint, Polock Johnnies, which is located on the lower level.
Does public transportation serve the stadium?
Oriole Park is located at the heart of Downtown Baltimore. There is a train station at Camden Yards that has stops for both the Baltimore Light Rail as well as the MARC commuter train that comes to the stadium from the Washington, DC, area. The Charles Center stop on the Baltimore Metro is also within walking distance of the stadium.
Is there parking on the premises?
Oriole Park at Camden Yards has seven different official parking lots. Lots A through D are the ones that are located in closer proximity to the stadium. There are also numerous parking garages near the stadium at various points in Downtown Baltimore for those who do not want to use stadium parking lots.
What is there to do near the stadium?
For those who want some baseball history before watching baseball, the Babe Ruth Museum is located just beyond the center field gate. In addition, the stadium is located a few blocks away from Harborplace and the National Aquarium. Fans can enjoy all that the Baltimore Inner Harbor has to offer before heading over to the stadium to watch the Orioles.
What restaurants are nearby?
Power Plant Live and Harborplace, located blocks from the stadium, have a multitude of eating options for hungry fans. Those who bought Oriole Park at Camden Yards tickets can enjoy a meal at Phillips Seafood before heading over to the game. They can also eat at Dempsey's Bar and Grill, located in the B&O Warehouse and named for Orioles legend Rick Dempsey.Back to Top
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