Babe Ruth Museum

Only a short walk from Camden Yards in Baltimore, the Babe Ruth Museum is located in the original birthplace of the baseball legend. The house and museum, showcasing every Babe Ruth exhibit you can imagine, is stocked to the brim with memorabilia like the bat from his best season in 1927 and the catchers mitt he originally used when he first started learning how to play the sport. For Babe Ruth Hall of Fame status was inevitable. His zealous skill in the game careened him toward stardom. A visit to the Babe Ruth Museum Baltimore would not really be complete without a trip to famous Oriole Park.

Known also as The Great Bambino, The Sultan of Swat and Babe, the major league baseball veteran played professionally between 1914 and 1935. Home runs catapulted Babe Ruth Hall of Fame standing as did his incredible batting and colorful personality. An icon throughout the "Roaring Twenties" Babe Ruth held a record for 34 consecutive years for most home runs hit in one season. The Babe Ruth Museum now stands as a tribute to a man who was idolized by millions throughout his long-lasting career and even today. The historic home is a top city attraction not to be missed if you're a baseball fan or even a history buff.

It's easy to forget that every Babe Ruth exhibit in the historic home represents a man born in Baltimore, not in New York City. Babe Ruth is tied so closely with the New York Yankees many forget that Maryland was his original birthplace and home. During tours to the Babe Ruth Museum Baltimore visitors take the time to carefully explore each presentation of the different stages of the sports legends life. Once a rough area, Baltimore's Inner Harbor is now an exciting area of the city visited by thousands each year. It's also home to the National Aquarium, Port Discovery and is only a few miles from historic Fort McHenry National Park. The area is teeming with things to do making it the most frequented of all Baltimore neighborhoods.

The most popular Babe Ruth exhibit is the historic home where Babe was born. The Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards also houses myriad memorabilia and exhibits dedicated to Babe such as The Ruthian Record, Babe Batted Here and Babe: Husband, Father, Friend. There are also a number of artifacts on display that came from Babe Ruth's father's saloon, a once permanent fixture built where Oriole Park stands today.

Near the Babe Ruth Museum Baltimore parking can be found at area parking garages and a number of street parking spots. Baltimore hotels such as the Renaissance Harborplace and the Embassy Suites are popular for those who are most interested in the babe Ruth Museum. The babe Ruth Hall of Fame at Camden Yards is open at 10am throughout the year and closes at either 5pm or 6pm depending on the time of year. Both the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards and the Babe Ruth Museum offer extended hours on baseball games days between April and October. Explore the life behind the man, the legend and one of the best baseball players of all time.

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