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Welcome to Baltimore, MD - home to Oriole Park at Camden Yards! Cheer on the Baltimore Orioles and enjoy the retro-style look of this ballpark. Oriole Park at Camden Yards was the site of the 1993 All-Star game and can seat 48,262 fans! Located at 333 West Camden Street in Baltimore, Oriole Park took 33 months and $110 million for its opening in 1992.

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Camden Yards Hotel Map

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Holiday Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor
Holiday Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor
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Additional Hotels:

Hyatt Regency Baltimore
300 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor at Camden Yards
110 South Eutaw Street
Baltimore, MD 21201 US

Holiday Inn BALTIMORE-INNER HARBOR (DWTN)
301 W Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201 US

Days Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel
100 Hopkins Place
Baltimore, MD 21201 US

Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel
300 South Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 US

Sheraton Baltimore City Center Hotel
101 West Fayette St
Baltimore, MD 21201 US

Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore
20 West Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21201 US

Residence Inn by Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor
17 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Renaissance Harborplace Hotel
202 East Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Hampton Inn & Suites Baltimore Inner Harbor, MD
131 East Redwood Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Tremont Plaza Hotel
222 St. Paul Place
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Home 2 Suites Baltimore
8 East Pleasant Street
Baltimore, MD 21202 US

Wyndham Baltimore Peabody Court
612 Cathedral St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 US

About Camden Yards

With 50,000 fans in attendance to see the Baltimore Orioles play on May 2, 1988, the owners of the Orioles made a special announcement that delighted the crowd. They announced their plans to build a new ballpark for the Orioles to play at that would later be known as Camden Yards.

About two years later, on February 6, 1990, the building of Camden Yards began. Some members of the Oriole team played a scrimmage on the construction site to show their support and excitement for the new ballpark. In late 1991, the construction of the park was finished and it was officially named Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

Camden Yards Oriole Park is part of a large complex known as the Camden Yards Sports Complex. The complex also includes M&T Bank Stadium, which is where the Baltimore Ravens of the NFL play their home games. The Sports Legends at Camden Yards museum is also located in the complex, as well as the Babe Ruth museum.

During the Orioles first season playing at Camden Yards, they broke what was then the major league record for consecutive sellouts; this is just one of many historic things to take place at the park. Cal Ripken Jr. broke the major league record for career homeruns by a shortstop in 1993. Ripken also set the record for most consecutive games played by a major leaguer, a record that he both started and ended at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.

In 1999, the Cuban national baseball team came to the United States and played its first ever game in the U.S.A. at Camden Yards. Nearly a decade later, in 2008, the stadium became the quickest stadium in major league history to reach 50 million fans.

Oriole Park itself is not known as a hitter's park. Its shortest dimension is the right field wall, which is 318 feet deep at its shortest point and has a massive 21-foot high wall keeping balls inside the park. The center field and left field walls are much shorter in height at only seven feet tall, but the distance to reach those walls ranges from 333 to 410 feet.