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Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards
Based on 41 traveler reviews
Aug 13, 2014 by: Michael I from
Great museum if you love sports in Baltimore. Lots of memorabilia from the orioles, ravens and colts. A fun place to spend a couple of hours and learn about the history of sporting in maryland. as well as see memorabilia from Players like Cal ripken jr, brooks robinson etc. If you go best to buy the combo pass with the Babe Ruth birthplace museum. A great way to spend the day before catching a game at camden in the evening.
Aug 05, 2014 by: MSL1979 from
My husband and I love baseball. We enjoyed seeing a lot of items in this museum. They certainly have some things baseball fans will like to see! The museum has a lot of local high school and college things. We spent about two hours in the museum. The cost is $8 per person. The downside is some videos do not work and some display cases could use some cleaning! If you are really interested in sports and history then you will enjoy this museum.
Maryland's Sports Mecca
Aug 03, 2014 by: gardeningteacher from Poplar Bluff, Missouri
This museum was amazing. We got the combo pass with the Babe Ruth birthplace as well. Great to do before an Orioles ballgame. The only thing is I wish is that I would have checked out the civil war room when I walked in because you don't end there and I really wanted to see what it was about. The museum leads you through Baltimore orioles hall of fame, then walk downstairs and go through Maryland's hall of fame, the football teams, band, place to try on equipment, Olympians and you end up in the store. I haven't been to such a great museum at a ballpark.
Great sports museum
Jul 25, 2014 by: Richard K from
The museum has good exhibits of sports in the Baltimore area. I liked the older baseball stuff best.
Jul 25, 2014 by: Mischi985 from Asbury Park, New Jersey
Good for a few hours of looking around. Tickets were relatively inexpensive. Gift shop was pretty small and seemed to have only Orioles merchandise which was dissapointing. There was a small section just for children which was interesting. Only thing I didn't like is that they didn't really explain that the Babe Ruth museum was actually located in a seperate building (website wasn't clear on this and guy at the ticketbooth seemed not to care to explain things to us).
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