The exhibits within Camden Station not only focus on the region’s great athletes and sporting traditions, but also on the history and construction of local ballparks and stadiums. In the Stadiums gallery, one of the central exhibit halls in the 22,000 square-foot facility, we explore why, in the age of high-definition and big-screen televisions, fans still rely on the ballpark for their game experience. The Stadium gallery gives visitors a chance to call a game, view models of Baltimore’s historic stadiums, and learn more about what makes a ballpark tick behind the scenes. “Stadium touches” give museum visitors the opportunity to touch many of the stadium features they see everyday. From the outfield wall to an NFL goalpost or indoor soccer carpet sample, visitors can feel what they see every game.