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Trip Advisor Take a self-guided free tour
Mar 31, 2015 by: Mary Beth B from Chicago, Illinois
I loved that this ballpark is open to the public and you can walk around areas of the park. It is a timeless beautiful ballpark.



Trip Advisor Best Stadium in Major League Baseball
Mar 29, 2015 by: Miyelani from Hampstead
This is an excellent stadium. There is not a bad seat in the house. Factor in the sun and time of year when buying your seats, so you can get shade or sun, as desired. Everyone is friendly. Parking is pretty easy. Plentiful.



Trip Advisor Beautiful and historic! Aspergers friendly!
Mar 29, 2015 by: Dawn H from Methuen, Massachusetts
This had to be one of the best ballparks as far as hospitality of their staff. My son has Aspergers. We decided to stop for a night in Baltimore and catch a game on our way to Myrtle Beach. We got tickets that were high up. My son was very uncomfortable being so high and with the steepness. I spoke to an usher, who was very understanding and we were immediately moved down and he was able to enjoy the game! The stadium is beautiful and we enjoyed the history of the park. The one thing we will never forget, is that usher who made the game enjoyable for my son. Anyone with a child of special needs knows how rare it is to enjoy such outings on occasions. This staff is to be commended for their compassion. Aspergers friendly!



Trip Advisor 2nd best ballpark in the bigs
Mar 28, 2015 by: Nicholas L from 
I enjoyed my experience watching the Yankees get hammered by the Orioles. The ballpark itself doesn't have a bad viewing angle from any seat. The historic center at the entryway is really cool. Easy to get to with public transportation because parking is a major headache in downtown Baltimore. It's a must see when there.



Trip Advisor The Park that Started It All!
Mar 26, 2015 by: romadaro from Washington, DC
Oriole Park is the cookie cutter blueprint for other baseball parks around the country. The design is open and friendly and it's the only ballpark in the country where you can buy Maryland's famous crab cakes. Hot Dog, that's what I'm talking about! You'll love it. It's a great day at the ballpark.


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