Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore opened in 1992. It revolutionized modern ballpark design with its retro aesthetic, blending old-time charm with contemporary features. Home to the Baltimore Orioles, it sparked a trend in stadium architecture, favoring unique, fan-friendly environments over multipurpose designs.
The ballpark is renowned for the B&O Warehouse, a historic building running along the right field, creating an iconic backdrop. With a capacity of around 45,000, it offers intimate seating, picturesque views of the Baltimore skyline, and a cozy atmosphere. Oriole Park, situated in the Camden Yards Sports Complex, is a beloved jewel in Major League Baseball.
No outside food or drink is allowed.
No outside food is allowed.
Clutch purses no larger than 5" x 7" will be allowed.
Section 37 - A local New York style deli, known for their corned beef sandwich
Eutaw Street and All-Star Cafe on the Oriole Park Club Level - BBQ joint of the former All-Star First basemen, Boogeymen Powell. You can find some of Maryland’s finest bbq here.
Sections 12, 68, 80 - Home to buffalo mac and cheese, the Sweet Heat chicken sandwich and chicken tenders in a souvenir helmet
Eutaw Street - Full-service brewpub and restaurant is open on both gamedays and non-gamedays.
Eutaw Street - A popular Eastern shore favorite, this place has oysters, crab, cajon catfish and other Chesapeake Bay favorites.