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Professional and collegiate sports are taken very seriously in Baltimore. The Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore offers a great home away from home when you are visiting your favorite sports teams.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards
The famous home to Major League Baseball's (MLB) Baltimore Orioles is located near the hotel on the Inner Harbor. The 2013 home season opens on Friday, April 5 against the Minnesota Twins. Other teams appearing in Baltimore in April include the Tampa Bay Rays; Los Angeles Dodgers; and Toronto Blue Jays.

M&T Bank Stadium
The home stadium of the National Football League (NFL) Baltimore Ravens is just four blocks from the hotel, so an easy walk to any football game. 

Royal Farms Arena
Home to the Baltimore Blast of the Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) and in the heart of downtown Baltimore. Site to many other indoor sporting events, the arena will also host the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) men's basketball tournament at the conclusion of the 2015-2016 seasons.

University of Maryland
The NCAA Maryland Terrapins find their home in College Park, just south of Baltimore in College Park.

Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum
Located at 216 Emory Street, three blocks west of Oriole Park at Camden Yards. You can follow the 60 baseballs painted on the sidewalk to guide you from the stadium to the Museum. The Birthplace, opened to the public as a national shrine in 1974.

Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards
Located at 301 W. Camden Street in the Camden Station building, next to Oriole Park and the B&O Warehouse. The Museum occupies the basement and first floor of the Station with 22,000 square feet of artifacts and interactive exhibits, transforming Camden Station into one of the most spectacular sports museums in America.