Babe Ruth Birthplace & Sports Legends Museums at Camden Yards in Baltimore

Babe Ruth Birthplace & Sports Legends Museums at Camden Yards in Baltimore

This Combo Ticket includes entry to The Sports Legends at Camden Yards and Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum.

The Sports Legends contains 22,000 square foot of space inside the historic Camden Station, transformed into a 14-gallery interactive journey through more than 10,000 sports artifacts and three hours of audiovisual footage.

There is a baseball extravaganza dedicated to Babe Ruth, the Orioles, Cal Ripken Jr. and the Negro Leagues. The giant blue horseshoe, gateway to Colts' Land, Johnny Unitas and the Ravens lies at the end between tributes to everyone from tennis legend Pam Shriver to Olympic swimming phenomenon Michael Phelps.

The Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum is a true jewel for sports fans. It has been saved from destruction by recent renovation and is only three blocks from The Sports Legends Museum.

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10:00 am through 5:00 pm daily (April through September)

10:00 am through 5:00 pm Tuesday through Sunday (October through March)

Please Note: Time on availability calendar is for booking purposes only. See Special Schedule Notes.

Tour does not offer hotel pick-ups. Please order online or call to order or for more information.


Special Schedule Notes

  • Both museums are closed on New Year's Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.
  • Both museums are open until 7:00 pm for Orioles’ home night games.

From Babe Ruth, the Sultan of Swat, to Johnny Unitas, the best there ever was, Sports Legends at Camden Yards showcases some of the very best athletes from a wide variety of sports.

Ironman Cal Ripken, Jr., and "Human Vacuum Cleaner" Brooks Robinson. Wimbledon champ Pam Shriver and gold medalist Michael Phelps. These sports legends and profound championship moments have left an indelible impression on fans around the world.

Here, visitors will learn more about some of the legends who have defined and forever changed the world of sport. The interactive exhibits and shrines to sports greats are not the only reason to visit. Camden Station itself is a significant historical artifact. As the second-oldest and most complete surviving metropolitan railroad station building in the United States, Camden Station is a true symbol of Baltimore as the "birthplace" of American railroading. The station's history covers nearly 150 years.

It served as headquarters of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, ferried telegraph messages of Civil War movements, and hosted three visits by President Abraham Lincoln, including a stopover on his way to give the celebrated Gettysburg Address.

The renovated Babe Ruth Museum is a fitting showcase for the priceless artifacts in its collections: items like a near-complete team set of 1914 International League Baltimore Orioles baseball cards (including the rookie card of a 19-year-old pitcher named George Ruth, Jr.) or a baseball bat given to Ruth by Shoeless Joe Jackson sometime between 1915 and 1916. This thick-handled, 38 ounces of baseball history is the only one known to exist - a game-used bat shared by Shoeless Joe and the Babe.

The renovated Babe Ruth Birthplace, coupled with Sports Legends at Camden Yards, preserves America's common ground of sports heritage, so that we may enjoy the best sports museum in America!


  • Gentlemen's Waiting Room and Lobby
  • Maryland State Athletic Hall of Fame
  • B&O Passenger Car: Journey Through History
  • Fans Memories Theater
  • Sports Legends Theater & Signature Film
  • Day in the Life Theater
  • Championship Gallery: Women In Sports
  • College Game Day
  • Step Into the Crease: Lacrosse Interactive
  • Homefield Advantage Theater
  • Babe Ruth: American Icon
  • Baltimore's Negro League History
  • History of Maryland Lacrosse
  • The House that Unitas Built Theater
  • Called Shot Theater
  • Orioles Hall of Fame
  • Curse of the Bambino
  • Colts Football: Championship Games
  • The History of the Preakness
  • Amateur & Minor League Baseball
  • Babe in Japan
  • The Locker Room: Kids' Discovery Zone
  • History of the Baltimore Colts
  • Colts Football: Baltimore History
  • Nine Innings of Orioles Baseball
  • Maryland's Stadiums & Fans
  • Baltimore Colts Marching Band
  • Broadcast Center
  • The John F. Steadman Research
  • Center Top 10 Gallery
  • Dixie and the Colts Corral
  • In the Huddle with Unitas
  • The Colts Leave Town
  • Baltimore Ravens Gallery
  • Baltimore Blast
  • John Unitas Gallery
  • Unitas: The Best There Ever Was
  • The Building of Camden Yards

Tour does not offer hotel pick-ups. Please order online or call to order or for more information.

Cancellation Policy

There are no refunds. All sales are final.

Change policy

If changes are allowed on a tour or activity, a $20.00 per reservation change fee will be applied for any change to a reservation. Please note that some tours and activities do not allow any changes. Date changes can only be made only if we can confirm availability on the new date. While we cannot guarantee any changes can be made, all change requests must be submitted a minimum of 24 hours prior to the tour departure and must be handled on an individual basis through our Reservations Center.

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October 23, 2017

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