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And other information about Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Oriole Park opened on April 6, 1992. Once a railroad station, it is minutes away from the Inner Harbor and is only 2 blocks from the birthplace of the legendary Babe Ruth.
Rules and Regulations of Camden Yards
Service animals are the only animals permitted within the gates of Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
Time permitting, players and coaches may sign autographs from the time the gates open until 45 minutes prior to the start of each game. Also, every Monday and Thursday game, former Orioles will sign autographs at the Ballpark.
Purses, diaper bags, backpacks, and camera cases will be permitted into the ballpark, but items must fit into a 16"x16"x8" box.
Banners and signs are allowed. However, they may only be displayed before and after the games and between innings only. Additionally, they may not be commercial, political, or in bad taste.
Batting practice begins 2 hours and 15 minutes before each home game. Fans are able to enter Oriole Park via the Eutaw Street gates 2 hours prior to game time to watch batting practice from Eutaw Street and the Flag Court. Infield practice begins 40 minutes before the scheduled first pitch.
Guests are welcome to bring cameras and video recorders into the ballpark for personal use only.
No hard-sided coolers, thermos bottles, glass bottles, cans, beer or other alcoholic beverages are permitted into the park. Non-alcoholic beverages in plastic bottles are permitted.
For all home games, Gates A and H (at either end of Eutaw Street) will open 2 hours prior to game time. All other gates will open 1 1/2 hours prior to game time.
The B&O Warehouse, beyond right field, is the longest building on the East Coast. A 432 foot home run drive will reach the Warehouse if it hugs the right field line.
Directions to Camden Yards
From the North (York, Harrisburg, Central PA and N. Central Balt. Co.):
Take I-83 South to I-695/I-83 towards Baltimore. Continue to Exit 23 (I-83 South, Jones Falls Expressway). Take I-83 South to dowtown Baltimore, it will become Presidents St. Turn Right onto Lombard St. and proceed for about a mile. For public parking, turn Right onto Howard, Eutaw, Paca, or Greene Streets. For the stadium entrance, turn Left onto Howard St. and make a right at the 3rd light for permit parking on North, East, A, or B/C lots.
From Western MD and points West:
Take I-68 (National Freeway) to I-70 to I-695 (Baltimore Beltway). Keep Right/South onto I-695 (toward Glen Burnie). Take I-95 North (Exit 11) towards Baltimore. For public parking, take 395 North (Exit 53) and keep Left at the split to enter downtown. For public parking, turn Right on Pratt St. or Left on Lombard St. and select a parking garage/lot. For the stadium entrance and permit lots, take Russell St. North (Exit 52) and trun Right onto Lee Street.
From Reisterstown, Westminster, and Hanover, PA areas:
Take MD 140 (from Westminster area) or MD 30 (from Hanover area) to I-795 South. Take I-795 to I-695 East (Baltimore Beltway). Take I-695 towards Towson to Exit 23; take I-83 South to downtown Baltimore, it will become Presidents St. Turn Right onto Lombard St. and proceed for about a mile. For public parking, turn Right onto Howard, Eutaw, Paca, or Greene Streets. For the stadium entrance, turn Left onto Howard St. and make a Right at the 3rd light for permit parking on North, East, A, or B/C lots.
From Northeast Maryland, Delaware, and points North:
South on I-95 through the Fort McHenry Tunnel. For public parking, take 395 North (Exit 53) and bear Left at the split to enter downtown. Continue North for parking locations off Howard Street, or turn right onto Pratt St. or Left onto Lombard St. For the stadium entrance and permit lots, take 395 North (exit 53) and bear Right at the top of the ramp. Lots A, B/C, North, and East can be accessed via this ramp.
From Annapolis and Eastern Shores:
From Bay Bridge, West on US-50/301 to I-97 North. Continue on I-97/MD 3; at interchange with I-695 (Baltimore Beltway), bear Right to ramp leading onto Westbound I-695. Continue on I-695 to Exit 7 (MD 295/BW Parkway) or Exit 11 (I-95). For stadium permit lots, take MD 295 North into downtown Baltimore, as it becomes Russell Street and turn Right onto Lee St. For public parking, continue North on Russell Street to Pratt Street and turn Right for various garages and lots. Or from I-95, for public parking, take 395 North (Exit 53) and keep Left at the split to enter downtown. Turn Right on Pratt St. or left onto Lombard St. and select a garage/lot. For permit parking, bear Right when on 395 North and use the slip ramp which comes down at the foot of the warehouse and ballpark. Lots A, B/C, East, and North can be accessed via this ramp.
From Washington, D.C., Virginia, and Points South:
Take MD 295 (B/W Parkway//Russell St.) to downtown Baltimore. Continue onto Russell St. and turn Right onto Lee Street for stadium permit lots. For public parking, turn Right onto Hamburg St. just after Ravens Stadium and follow signs for Lots F, G, H or continue on Russell Street and turn Right onto Pratt Street to parking garages and lots in the city.
Alternate: Take I-95 North towards Baltimore For public parking, take 395 North (Exit 53) and keep Left at the split to enter downtown. Continue North on Howard Street to Pratt or Lombard for various public parking garages in the downtown area. For the stadium entrance and permit lots, take Russell St. North (Exit 52) and turn Right onto Lee Street for access to A, B/C, East, or North permit lots.
Parking Information at Camden Yards
Most parking is sold on a reserved basis. However, general parking on a day of game basis is available at Oriole Park in Lots F, G, and H. Subject to availability, limited parking may also be offered in Lot B and C on a first-come, first-served basis. Off-site, over 30,000 spaces are located in secure garages and open lots throughout the Downtown/Inner Harbor area.