Take Me Out to the Ballgame: the Museum

 In Baltimore, MD

Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum

OUR EXPERIENCE WHILE ON SET

We have some sports fans in our crew so the Babe Ruth Museum was really interesting for all of us and the collection was quite impressive.  We had several families join us for the tour and it was fun to listen to some of the grandparents share stories about baseball and the Great Bambino with their grandkids.

OUR ADDITIONAL TIP

If you plan on visiting this museum, our tip to you is to come early! Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday 10am to 5pm and there’s so much to see. The museum itself is Ruth’s childhood home! Take your time to experience this historic landmark. Maybe what made “the greatest baseball player of all time great” will rub off on you!

NEED MORE IDEAS???

We did a lot of research for the show! Though we couldn’t visit every destination, we did want to show you what else we found.

Looking to take a step into the past with one of America’s most prolific poets? Check out the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum! Featuring original artifacts from the poet himself, tours of the house (which is in excellent condition and is preserved exactly like it was when Poe lived and walked the halls) provide an interesting look into Poe’s life. Poe also wrote many of his famous works in the house, such as “Tell-Tale Heart”, “The Raven” and “Enigma”. One catch, however,  is that you will need to schedule time to visit the house. Wanna go? Call (443) 327-9789 to find out more information and schedule an appointment today! Spots fill quickly! Also, we’d like to mention that the house is closed until Spring 2014 for renovations. The house is temporarily open in conjunction with Free Fall Baltimore during the month of October (free admission) to give visitors a sneak peak at the renovations.

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