Plan Your Trip to Camden Yards

Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Capacity: 45,480     Opened: 1992


Oriole Park at Camden Yards set off the retro-stadium craze. Come see the Orioles play in the original!

What makes this stadium unique?

Oriole Park at Camden Yards stands two blocks away from baseball legend George Herman “Babe” Ruth’s birthplace, which is now a museum. Outside the stadium is a statue of Babe Ruth and in the same courtyard, you will find tributes to former Orioles, whose jersey numbers are now retired. The ballpark was the first stadium to spark the “retro” stadium craze and still remains one of the most popular. The road next to the stadium, Eutaw Street, is lined with shops, restaurants, and bronzed baseballs depicting where home runs have fallen. This street becomes a block party and is closed to vehicular traffic on game days. There is standing room only available in the Eutaw Street Reserve on sold-out game days. Be sure to look for the two orange seats commemorating Cal Ripkin’s 278th home run (left field bleachers) and Eddie Murray’s 500th home run (right center bleachers). Also notice the “The” in The Baltimore Sun on the scoreboard. The “H” lights up for every hit and the “E” lights up for every error. Handy for those keeping score!


Dining and Nightlife

  1. Sliders


    504 Washington Blvd
    Baltimore, MD


    Dive and sports bar fans alike can enjoy Sliders on game days. The atmosphere is second to none with cheap beer and amazing food specials like Wing Ding Wednesdays (25-cent wings) and of course the Sliders!
  2. Pickles Pub

    Pickles Pub

    520 Washington Boulevard
    Baltimore, MD


    Pickles Pub is located in a stretch of bars and doesn’t disappoint on game day. The fried pickles are a must!
  3. Camden Pub

    Camden Pub

    647 West Pratt Street
    Baltimore, MD


    Camden Pub is a college bar, so expect a younger crowd. Their wings come highly recommended and they always have game day specials.
  4. Faidley Seafood

    Faidley Seafood

    203 North Paca Street
    Baltimore, MD


    Crab cakes are a must in Baltimore and Faidley is the place to get them. Just be careful, the neighborhood is a bit rough.



Transportation/Parking: There are many public transportation routes to the Camden Yards Station near the ballpark. For more information on the buses, light rail, and metro subway, including routes and fares, visit the MTA website. Parking near the stadium is around $10 and limited, but there are many lots with in the area that are a short walk to the field.


Weekend for Two*
Rodeway Inn Baltimore (2 Nights) $140
Tickets (2 Lower Reserve Tickets) $26
Breakfast Complimentary at hotel
Friday Dinner (Faidley Seafood: 2 Jumbo Crabcakes and Sides, 2 drinks)
Saturday Lunch (Pickles Pub: 2 Chubbies, Side of Fried Pickles, 2 Drinks)
Saturday Dinner (Camden Pub: Creole Turkey Wrap, Power House Wrap, 2 Drinks)
Pre-game at Sliders (4 Drinks)



MTA 2-day Passes (2) $7
Total $338

*Prices may differ depending on time of travel. All restaurant and bar prices include tax and a 20% tip.



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