Remember the old concrete multipurpose stadiums?
Philly had one. So did Pittsburgh, Cincinnati … they were revolutionary. Adaptable for baseball, football, rock concerts, and more, the grass was fake, the architecture was brutal, and they sucked the joy from even the best day out.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards changed that. It brought baseball back to its roots; iron and brick, ivy and shadows, with fans close to the action. It instantly conjured memories of Brooks, Frank, and Earl, but plenty of history has been made here; Cal became Iron Man, of course, and Eddie Murray hit his 500th home run.
Take a tour and see Oriole Park from a new perspective — $9 takes you the the dugout, the press box, and even the Jumbotron Control Room. It's baseball paradise just moments from Union Wharf. Don't miss it.
Oriole Park Tours
333 West Camden Street
Baltimore, MD 21201