Baltimore Orioles

When your adult group visits Baltimore, you should check out a game at the Baltimore Oriole Ballpark. It became the official home of the Baltimore Orioles on April 6, 1992. The location is close to several attractions including the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum. Visitors can enjoy a game and purchase souvenirs as part of the experience.


In the course of the visit, group members will have the opportunity to walk around the ballpark. You will see areas such as the club level suites, the press level and the Baltimore Orioles dugout. Visitors will learn about how the park has continued to change the baseball fan’s experience since it opened in 1992. The group will also be treated to a historical perspective of the Camden Yards area which includes the ballpark and surrounding area. Group members will learn about the history of the B and O Railroad, Baltimore’s famous Inner Harbor and baseball legend Babe Ruth.


The B and O Warehouse is a landmark located beyond right field. It is the longest building on the East Coast. The eight story building provides unique office space for the Orioles and other tenants. A 432-foot home run drive will reach the Warehouse if it hugs the right field line.


The group will also have the opportunity to visit the Orioles Legends Park. There are six larger-than-life bronze sculptures of the six greatest Orioles of all-time. There are individuals such as Frank Robinson, Brooks Robinson, Earl Weaver, Eddie Murray and Cal Ripken Jr. The sculptures range from seven to eight feet in scale.

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