Baseball is the national pastime, and no one looms larger in the history of the game than the legendary Babe Ruth. The Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum is a cramped rowhouse in the scruffy neighborhood that was home to the young "Sultan of Swat", a hero to American men and boys during the 1920s and ’30s for his home run-hitting prowess on the field. (He was a legendary boozer and lecher off it.) It sits in the shadow of Camden Yards, a beautiful Major League baseball stadium where the Baltimore Orioles play their home games. The museum stays open until 7pm on game days.
|Venue name:||Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum|
216 Emory Street