The Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum packs a lot of history and memorabilia into a small space and really commemorates the life of the Great Babe Ruth. This quick tour is a must see for all baseball fans, as it offers a lot of history about baseball as well. It spans topics from how the Star Spangled Banner came to be sung at baseball games to video clips of Babe Ruth on screens, plaques and other items, and view the place where "The Babe" was born. Learn how Baltimore native "The Great Bambino" got his start and about his life's journey.
Things to Do
- Take a short tour through the museum and learn about Babe Ruth and baseball history as you view the memorabilia on display
- Rent the facility for a small gathering
- Birthday packages are available and include 10 party invitations, offers a return pass for each guest, a guided tour with docent, an interactive experience and two hour rental of a private party room.
The Babe Ruth Museum and Birthplace Insider Tips
- I recommend looking into the combo ticket that is available to view both this museum and the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards. It will give you a discounted rate. The two are in walking distance of one another but they are not housed in the same building.
- This museum is small and will only take about 45 minutes to peruse.
- This location can be a bit tricky to find but follow the homerun markers along Eutaw street to help guide you toward this tiny row house on Emory Street