In response to COVID-19 and MLB’s temporary delay of the season, we are postponing our Annual Opening Day Block party.
Our Opening Day party will be held on the date of the rescheduled season home opener, whenever that may be. All tickets purchased for the Block Party will be honored for the rescheduled date.
While we understand the inconvenience, we ask you to consider leaving your purchase in escrow with the museum to be applied to the rescheduled Opening Day party.
Until the season opens at home we will follow our off-season schedule: Tuesday-Sunday from 10AM-5PM. Our schedule may change due to developments in the COVID-19 situation.
We will actively monitor the developing situation as the health and safety of our visitors is our highest priority. Please visit our website at www.baberuthmuseum.org or our Facebook page for updates.
Q. Where is the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum?
A. The Babe Ruth Birthplace is located just two blocks east of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard at 216 Emory Street. It is conveniently located two (2) blocks from Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the Convention Center, two major interstates (83 and 95), Baltimore’s famed Inner Harbor, and several downtown attractions.
Q. Where can I park?
A. There is metered parking on Pratt Street, Portland Street, and Emory Street.
Q. Can I pre-purchase tickets online?
A. No need! Tickets can be purchased on the same day at the museum’s admission counter.
Q. Can I pre-pay for a large group?
A. Of course! Click here to learn more about group rates and tours.
Q. How much time can I expect to spend at your museum?
A. We recommend 45 minutes to 1 hour for your visit.
Q. How much is museum admission?
A. $10 for adults, $8 for seniors/military, $5 for kids (ages 5-16). Museum members are always free! Click here to learn more about becoming a museum member.
Q. I’m a Birdland Member, do I get a discount?
A. You sure do! Show your Birdland Membership lanyard and credentials for free admission! (One free admission per member)
Q. Do you have a tour guide or is the museum self-guided?
A. The museum is intended to be self-guided. We do not have a full-time docent, but our staff is happy to answer your questions to the best of their ability! Guided tours can be arranged for groups but must be scheduled ahead of time.
Q. Is the museum handicap accessible?
A. It sure is! Our 2015 renovation included an elevator – making our facilities fully ADA compliant. To use our elevator, enter at the Dover Street entrance. Need assistance? Call 410-727-1539 x 3014.
Q. Does your organization donate to fundraisers or silent auctions?
A. Yes, we receive many requests for donations and donate as we are able. Please submit your request via our contact form or mail your request to:
Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum
216 Emory Street
Baltimore, MD 21230