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Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum

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410.727.1539

216 Emory Street, Baltimore, MD 21201.

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08/11/14
Christopher G.
This is a must visit if you are going to an Orioles game. It is the house where Babe Ruth was born and has a lot of memorabilia and photos. It doesn't...

07/30/14
Andy P.
I adored this place for what it is, a small museum that celebrates the life of the all-time greatest sports figure of any generation. The house was actually...

07/15/14
Stacie C.
Planning a vacation week around DC and Baltimore with a focus on baseball meant I had to make time for the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum. As my trip got...
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total check-ins: 1005
05/21/10
HISTORY
Babe Ruth was was an American Major League baseball player from 1914–1935. He also became one of the first five players elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
08/04/11
Maryland
One of the greatest ball players ever was born here! Also check out the Sports Legends Museum and Geppi’s down the street for more amazing exhibits!
11/29/10
Amnesty International Baltimore
In the the late 1850s, Joseph Donovan built a slave pen on the southwest corner of Camden and Eutaw streets, near where the Babe Ruth statue now stands at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
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rating 4.2 out of 5
04/30/14
terry schauer
Thank goodness I paid for the combo with the other sports museum. We were in and out of this place in 20 minutes and 10 mins of that were spent in the gift shop and watching a movie about the Star Spangled Banner(yes in the Babe Ruth Museum) still confused about that one!! Didnt see a thing in he....
08/17/12
Jeffrey Johnson
Babe Ruth and Tony Gwinn. My two all time favorite baseball players ( Hall of Famers). It's pretty sad that people don't know the salten of swatt aka Babe Ruth.
08/21/13
Corey Pisula
My wife is a huge baseball fan. She loved this place...doesn't look like much but there's a ton of history!
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