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Best Things To Do Before and After an O’s Game

The O’s are back in town! That means that fans near and far will be flocking to Camden Yards to take part in one of America’s favorite pastimes. While the games themselves can be enough to fill your afternoon or evening with lots of fun, for those of us who want a little something more, there is a TON to do around the ballpark before and after the games. baltimore orioles stadium

Of course, there are dozens of great places to eat or grab a drink around Oriole Park, but there are also a lot of fun places to go and sights to see. So if you see a weekend forecast that looks perfect for a day out downtown, here is your ultimate guide to a fun-filled time.

Inner Harbor

401 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21202
0.4 miles from Oriole Park at Camden Yards

As close as it is to Camden Yards, it’s hard NOT to walk around Inner Harbor before or after an O’s game. Locals will tell you, however, that if you’re looking for somewhere to eat, you’re better off heading to Federal Hill just south of the harbor for some good food and local flavor. Minnow is a great spot to stop and grab a bite or one of their delicious cocktails! If you’re looking to walk around and enjoy the area, Baltimore’s Inner Harbor hosts the Maryland Science Center, Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture, Geppi’s Entertainment Museum, and exotic sea life at the National Aquarium. If it happens to be a rather warm and sunny day, a break inside for some AC might be the perfect plan.

Another great option for a baseball kind of day is the Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum. While the Sports Legends Museum has sadly moved out of the building, the museum still looks to perpetuate the historic legacy of Babe Ruth.

Harbor Cruises

Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD
0.4 miles from Oriole Park at Camden Yards

If you can time it right with game time, a cruise around the harbor can make for the perfect day! Cruises go from 45-90 minutes and tae you all the way around to the Key Bridge and Fort McHenry. Don’t worry about spending too much time in the sun because they offer plenty of room inside or outside.

Pickles Pub

520 Washington Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21230
384 ft. from Oriole Park at Camden Yards

A longtime Baltimore tradition, if you want to be in the hot spot before and after the game, Pickles is the place to be. You can follow the sign for “Cheap Ass Beer” and soon you’ll be immersed in a crowd of O’s fans with cans of $2 Natty Bohs in their hands. Finding a seat at the bar might be a daunting task, but it is worth it. Head there before or after the game and you won’t be disappointed.

Horseshoe Casino

1525 Russell St, Baltimore, MD 21230
0.9 miles from Oriole Park at Camden Yards

If you’re feeling extra lucky, you can visit the Horseshoe Casino less than a mile from the park. This two-story casino is the second largest in Maryland. You don’t have to hit the slots to have a good time. Inside you’ll find three premier restaurants, and several bars and lounges.  They also host events like trivia night and mini-baccarat tournaments, have karaoke and even salsa dancing every Friday night.

Edgar Allen Po’s Graveyard

515 W Fayette St, Baltimore, MD 21201
0.3 miles from Oriole Park at Camden Yards

If you’re a fan of literature or just looking for something a little bit different to do, not far from the ballpark lies Edgar Allen Po’s grave.  The marble and granite grave marker of 19th-century Gothic author famous for works such as “The Raven” can be seen from the street, but if you can, take a step inside to really get a good view. 

Bromo Seltzer Tower

312-318 West Lombard St. and South Paca St, Baltimore, MD 21201
0.2 miles from Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Interested in architecture? The Bromo Seltzer Tower is an often overlooked piece of history in Baltimore. Learn the history of the tower, take a tour, see the artifacts, and even climb the clock tower to see it from the inside.

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Real Estate Leader Josh Mente, is a founding member and owner of The MD Home Team of Keller Williams Excellence, and is responsible for business administration and marketing for the firm. Josh’s career path began in 1998 as a loan officer for Eastern Savings Bank, where he managed national accounts. He later joined Option One Mortgage originating more than 500 transactions per year valued at $100M+ in sales. In 2006, Mente shifted his expertise to real estate sales, gained his license and focused on buy/fix/sell transactions. Josh is a member of Elite Real Estate Network (ERN), the 2009 Rookie of the Year for Long and Foster corporate, and in 2012 ranked 206 and 2013 ranked 234 in Real Trends of the Wall Street Journal, ranking in the top 250 agents nationwide for all brokerages. From any early age, Josh was introverted and worked hard to overcome a fears of sales - a business that doesn't lend itself well to introverted people. When challenged by a manager that he didn’t have what it took for a specific job, Josh pushed forward and won approval in his new position. That was a pivotal moment that set the pace for his success in real estate sales. Having earned an AA degree from Montgomery College in business administration in 1995 and a Bachelors of Arts Degree from Towson University in Mass Communications 1997, Josh married his college sweetheart Melinda and they now have three wonderful daughters that provide the opportunity to watch them grow up and experience things for the first time. A committed sports fanatic, Josh spends time on the golf course, and follows the Ravens and Orioles as a season ticket holder. He is a part owner of two restaurants in Manhattan, enjoys music and time away with the family at their beach house in Rehoboth, DE. He hopes to find time for his hobbies that include building furniture, playing guitar, learning Spanish and flying planes.

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