The Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum features the historic house where Babe Ruth was born in 1895, along with exhibits and displays on the life and times on the greatest ballplayer of them all and America’s true cultural sports icon. Once inside, visitors thrill to the touch of a real Babe Ruth bat,and get to see his Baltimore Orioles’ 1914 rookie card, his childhood catcher’s mitt, and the box score from his first professional game, along with hundreds of other unique, game-used family mementoes.
Sports Legends Museum is just three blocks from the Babe Ruth Birthplace, located right next to Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The fully interactive attraction, chocked full with the ‘real deal’ of local sports memorabilia, puts fans up close and personal with the legends and teams that provided them a roster full of championship memories. Housed in historic Camden Station, Sports Legends has been dubbed “A Must See” by USA Today, and “Baltimore’s Snazziest Downtown Attraction” by United Airlines Hemispheres!
The Babe Ruth Museum is located in the home where Babe Ruth was born. Camden Station, where Sports Legends is housed, used to be an old train station where Abraham Lincoln passed through on several occasions. Also, the first blood shed of the civil war took place just a few steps away from Camden Station on Pratt Street.
October/ March- 10AM-5PM Tuesday-Sunday
April/ Semptember- 10AM-5PM Daily (7PM on Game Days)
* Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, & New Year’s Day
Parking is all metered parking on the street or in local parking garages.