Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum

Contact Information

About Us

The Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum is a National Shrine to the Sultan of Swat and has been welcoming fans to the house where Babe Ruth was born since 1974. It is also the official Museum of the Baltimore Orioles and the archives of the Baltimore Colts and Johnny Unitas.


November-March, TuesdaySunday10am-4pm
April-October, MondaySunday10am-5pm and later on Orioles home game days

A museum docent will greet the group and give a brief orientation to the museum and will be available throughout the tour to answer any questions. The museum offers fans an up-close portrait of baseball’s greatest star. Through rare artifacts, and photographic, audio and video highlights, visitors will recall the life and career of Baltimore’s most
famous baseball son.


The museum is fully handicap accessible. 

Admission Prices

Adults: $12
Seniors: $10
Children: $6


Bus parking is available at the corner of Emory and Pratt Streets.