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Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Based on 1970 traveler reviews
Apr 26, 2015 by: Mark G from Dubuque, Iowa
And that is from a Red Sox fan that has been not only to Fenway park but 20 other present and former parks.
Apr 26, 2015 by: ExRIGuy from Virginia
If you are coming in from out of town Camden Yards has to be on the itinerary. First of all if you buy in advance, you will want to stay along the first base and right field side and if you want to go cheap Section 13 and 11 are great deals as they are near the beer patio and Eutaw street with all the bars, clubs and stores that u can access during the game out in right field. Views are also good from here. Boogs BBQ is also here and best food in the park. And, if you want to take the risk, scalped tickets are cheap and plentiful every time. I have just "showed up" a few times and never had a problem. Finally, if you park over by M&T in Lot N and a couple lots over there the parking is only $10.
Apr 23, 2015 by: WanderingTarHeel from Raleigh, North Carolina
One of the first baseball stadiums to integrate within a downtown area. The neighborhood around the ballpark is great and the sightlines in the ballpark are terrific. Good atmosphere for a game.
Inside Park tour
Apr 23, 2015 by: justdadNorthCarolina from north carolina
It was a great tour with history of park and city; just right length at 75", and not very expensive.
Apr 22, 2015 by: waslka21 from Madison, Wisconsin
Went to opening weekend at Camden Yards. It was our first visit to the ballpark as we are from Wisconsin. It is a beautiful ballpark! Our seats were on the first level but we were under this giant overhang from the second level and could not see the scoreboard or any pop-flys. I would stay away from those seats if possible. We walked around a lot which was much more enjoyable and we got to see the ballpark from all different angles. I wish I would have known that you can buy standing room tickets and stand in right or left field. The view was good out there and it seemed like a lot of fun. Eutaw St was very cool. Lots of food choices. My husband had a crab cake (which you don't see at many major league ballparks). You could tell the fans are devoted to their team and not just fair weather fans, which is nice to see. A definite must if you are trying to see all the MLB parks like we are.
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