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The city's native son, the Great Bambino, is celebrated in the house he was born in, now a museum stocked with memorabilia like the catcher's mitt he used while learning baseball, the bat from his famed 1927 season and exhibits honoring the Orioles.
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When you think Baltimore and baseball the first thing that probably pops up in your head is the wonderful stadium called Camden Yards. But there’s another great stop for baseball fans while visiting Baltimore - Babe Ruth’s Birthplace and Museum. Located walking distance from Camden...More
We stopped in here during a game last Sunday. Hubby had seen this twice and wanted me to see it. The house is a typical Baltimore row house but is really nice inside as utilized as a museum. The admission isn't bad for what you...More
We had the opportunity to visit this fantastic museum as part of a bus tour from Canada following the Toronto Blue Jays on a muli-city trip. The tour guide here at the museum surprised me with information which provided a well rounded view of "the...More
We followed the baseballs painted on the sidewalk from Camden Yards to the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum and we were impressed with the caliber of the museum. It was really awesome to be in the house where Babe was born but also to see...More
This museum was really cool, even if you are a New York Yankees hater like myself. Here you learn about Babe Ruth's career plus see what his childhood home looked like on this self-guided tour. You also learn how he truly became the first celebrity...More
I was here recently and found the facility although in an older house very clean and well presented. The museum chronicles his life and has many baseball items of his own. There is a short film presented on the Starspangled Banner, its history and how...More