Inside Babe Ruth’s House and Museum – Arty 84 Baseball Park Reviews
Review: In all my years of going to Baltimore, I have never been to the Babe’s house. I was down there for a Sox and O’s game in May of 2016 and had some time to kill and figured it would be a good time to check it out. The house, located a half mile away from Camden Yards, is an old school brownstone in the heart of downtown Baltimore.
It is a cool little place. $7 to get in and you get to see a short video on the Babe’s life through the majors. Their is a small little gift shop on the first floor as well. When you get up stairs, you get to see the room where the Babe was born! The house looks like its from the turn of the century and really brings you back to the old days.
If you in Baltimore, check out the Museum. Its a great blast into the past and if you are a baseball purest, you will appreciate this piece of baseball history.
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Baseball, Bars & Bedlam – Arty 84’s quest to see all MLB Stadiums before he is 30
As many people know I am in the process of writing a book about my adventure over 9 years seeing every MLB Parks (33 Total) and the cities and states I traveled through. Check out the updates here on the Packie by clicking here: Baseball, Bars & Bedlam – The Book Updates
Nationals Park Location in Baseball, Bars & Bedlam: Chapter 18 – Chapter 18 – Other Baseball Landmarks along the Way
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