M&T Bank Stadium is the home of the 2001 and 2012 Super Bowl winners— the Baltimore Ravens. This state-of-the-art stadium is one of the newest football venues in America, opening their gates to 69,000 fans in September 6, 1998. The stadium itself offers a prominent view of the surrounding Baltimore area and consists over 100 luxury suites, 8196 club seats. For the more hardcore fan, the Budweiser Backyard Bash inside the park is a place where fans can mingle and watch the pre and post game shows on big screen TV. Not only is M&T the stomping grounds of the illustrious linebacker Ray Lewis; the venue accommodates the NCAA Lacrosse championships and various concerts well.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards, one of the most beautiful ballpark in the country, is the home of the Baltimore Orioles, Baltimore’s major league baseball team. The picturesque venue is known to have led the renaissance of retro ballparks, is home to the Baltimore Orioles, the city’s major league baseball team. The stadium, completed in 1992, was once a railroad switching center and a warehouse district. In fact, the old Baltimore & Ohio Warehouse still stands beyond right field, and at 1,016 feet long, it’s the longest building on the East Coast. Only 12 minutes west by foot from the City’s Inner Harbor, the state-of-the-art park blends with the urban context of downtown Baltimore Oriole Park while adopting the persona of baseball parks built in the early 20th century. When the Yankees or the Red Sox come and pack the approximately 48,000 seat stadium, the Orioles are the hottest ticket in town.
Pimlico Racetrack is the site of the world-famous Preakness Stakes, the second leg of the Triple Crown, and the Dixie Handicap and is the America’s second oldest thoroughbred race track. Pimlico has featured horse racing since 1870. It is also the home of the National Jockey’s Hall of Fame. Also, horse lovers will enjoy Baltimore’s Laurel Park, the site of the Maryland Million. Laurel Park offers live Thoroughbred and simulcast racing from across the country.