Allegiance to a sports team can last a lifetime, like true love, or dissipate after a rocky season, like true love. Cheer up with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $12 for admission for two to both museums (up to a $24 value)
- $22 for admission for four to both museums (up to a $48 value)
Located just a few blocks away from each other, the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards and the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum can be easily explored in just one day.
Student, senior, and military discounted tickets are available but this Groupon still offers the best deal available. Children three years old and younger are free.
Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards and the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum
History is built into the very foundation of the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards. Before it was rescued and reimagined as a tribute to Baltimore athletics, the building was one of the oldest surviving railway stations, and the site of the first blood shed in the Civil War. First opened in 1856, the towering complex has been around for the Orioles’ entire history and nearly half of planet earth’s history. From the Colts to the Ravens to the Baltimore Blast, all of Charm City’s major teams are commemorated here. Nine Innings of Orioles Baseball condenses the team’s history down to a single game, shining light on the opening pitch in the 1890s and Cal Ripken Jr.’s historic career. Johnny Unitas: The Best There Ever Was visits the legend in his blue-collar youth in Pittsburgh, and the Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame honors such talents as Jimmie Foxx, Don Kelley, and Frank “Home Run” Baker.
Down the road sits an even more hallowed shrine—the birthplace of George Herman Ruth, better known by the nicknames “Babe” and “Pacman.” Born February 6, 1895 at 216 Emory St., the Babe got his first professional contract with the Orioles before moving on to found and later out-pace the 500 Home Run Club. By the end of his career, Ruth had smashed a grand total of 714 homers, a number surpassed only by two other players. Visitors to the historic house can also see some of his very first gear at the Babe Batted Here exhibit, featuring a mitt, jersey, and T-shirt gun, Meanwhile, the Star Spangled Banner in Sports commemorates the bicentennial of the War of 1812 with a 3D-projected film.
“fun for the kids and free parking!”
“Cool place to check out. More for adults than kids. ”
216 Emory Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230