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Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards
Based on 48 traveler reviews
Nice & Interesting
Nov 12, 2014 by: TuffNFair from Ellicott City, Maryland
We were at a great party here for our accountant's 25th year anniversary. It was a great place for a party - as well as so nice for the great individual. We got a chance to review all the attractions of the museum. Although not originally from Baltimore, we enjoyed many of the highlights. We were extremely impressed by the Jackie Robinson display - especially having been born in Brooklyn. It was a great tribute to him from a great town that we are fortunate to be near.
A must-see for sports fans visiting Charm City
Nov 10, 2014 by: WPPM from Chicago, Illinois
Johnny Unitas and Brooks Robinson played in this sports-crazed town and their spirits live in this historic converted train station adjacent to Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The blue collar sports fan of the glory years of the Colts and the O's will revel in the displays and exhibits in this well designed museum that honors the greats of the sports arenas, past and present. Combine this with a walk through Babe Ruth's Birthplace Home and Museum and you'll be wishing that #19 was still taking a snap and #5 was still manning the hot corner.
Museum Fun for All Ages
Oct 27, 2014 by: Smilingjackhogan from Newark, New Jersey
The Sports Legends Museum is right at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. It is a great place to visit before catching an Orioles game. There is a lot of history in that museum. I was very impressed with the Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame. It was neat to see artifacts and memorabilia for athletes who came out of Maryland, like Babe Ruth, Jimmie Foxx and Michael Phelps. There are exhibits that pay respect to Minor League Baseball, Negro League Baseball, College Sports, Maryland History, the Baltimore Colts and, of course, the Baltimore Orioles. There is something for everyone at this museum and I recommend visting the museum and spending an hour or two exploring all the interesting artifacts and memorabilia. The cost of admission is very reasonable. Should you plan to visit the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum, which is only a couple block away, you can pay for BOTH with ONE admission. I recommend visiting both places when in Baltimore.
Nice place if you like sports!
Sep 29, 2014 by: Stacey H from Massapequa, New York, United States
I don't like sports so I got a little bit bored as did my 10 year old daughter. But, it's a neat little place... you can spend a good hour or more there if you stop and read a lot. It's nice.. I can't say much more than that.
Sep 25, 2014 by: JackieBG7 from Old Bridge, New Jersey
Hubby and I were in for the weekend to witness Derek Jeter and the Yankees play the Orioles at Camden Yards for one of his last games. We stopped at this museum to add to our baseball weekend. We are from NYC and we enjoyed this homage to MD's sport greats with lots of memorabilia. (Hint: Buy the combo pass and see the Babe Ruth museum too.)
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