A Guide To M&T Bank Stadium

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M&T Bank Stadium

(Fan Guide: www.baltimoreravens.com)
Address: 1101 Russell Street, Baltimore, MD 21230
Date Built: 1998
Seating Capacity: 69,000
Gates Open: 90 minutes prior to kick off

Box Office:

Mailing Address:
Baltimore Ravens
M&T Bank Stadium
1101 Russell Street
Baltimore, MD 21230

Phone: (410) 261-RAVE Fax: (410) 468-1340
TTY Service for Hearing Impaired: (410) 243-9994

M&T Bank Stadium Box Office
Open: July 26 – End of season.
Hours of operation: Mon-Fri 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (also open Saturday prior to home games)

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Transportation:

From the South:
I-95 North towards Baltimore. Take exit 52 to Russell St (Heading North). The stadium is on the Right.

From the North:
I-83 South (towards Baltimore) to Lombard Street, turn right. Turn left (south) onto Greene Street. The stadium is on the left.

From the North-East:
I-95 South through the Ft. McHenry Tunnel. Take I-395 North towards Baltimore. Take Exit 53 to Russell Street (bearing right). Turn left onto Lee Street, then left onto Russell Street. The stadium is on the left.

Ravens Ride- Ravens Ride is your best ride to all Baltimore Ravens home games held at M&T Bank Stadium. Offering a safe, comfortable and convenient transportation solution with departures from Carney, Jessup, South West & White Marsh Park and Rides as well as Manchester, Westminster and Owings Mills. Season bus passes are available at discounted rates. Pre-season game transportation for August 12th & 28th is available too! Take the Early bus so you may enjoy Ravens Walk before the game! Ravens Walk bus will depart 9:30 a.m. for arrival at M&T Bank Stadium approximately 10 a.m. Reservations are strongly suggested for the Ravens Walk bus. For more information, pricing and to find the location nearest you, please visit www.ravensride.com.

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Hotels:

Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel in Baltimore, MD
This hotel is 0.66 miles away from
M&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore Ravens
Rates recently seen for this property: ( 269.00 – 299.00 )

Days Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor Hotel in Baltimore, MD
This hotel is 0.68 miles away from
M&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore Ravens
Rates recently seen for this property: ( 135.20 – 189.00 )

Hilton Baltimore in Baltimore, MD
This hotel is 0.53 miles away from
M&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore Ravens
Rates recently seen for this property: ( 219.00 – 4,990.00 )

Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel in Baltimore, MD
This hotel is 0.92 miles away from
M&T Bank Stadium – Baltimore Ravens
Rates recently seen for this property: ( 284.00 – 389.00 )

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Food:

Ravens fans can expect outstanding quality and value when seeking refreshments. Aramark, a nationally recognized leader in stadium concessions, provides an extensive assortment of dining options, ranging from standard stadium fare to local favorites. There are 44 concession stands located on the lower and upper levels and 11 stands on the Club Level. Aramark accepts Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover.

Alcohol-Fans must be 21 or older to purchase/consume alcoholic beverages at the stadium and parking lots. Proper identification is required to purchase any alcoholic beverage. The Ravens and our concessionaire reserve the right to check proof of legal drinking age. Guests will not be permitted to enter the stadium if they are visibly intoxicated. Drunk and disorderly behavior will result in ejection from the stadium without refund. A maximum of two alcoholic beverages per purchase is permitted, which may be reduced without prior notice. All alcohol sales end at the conclusion of the third quarter, but may be discontinued at any time at the discretion of stadium management.

Comments

One Comment

  1. Faye White says:

    Don”t forget to visit Charm City Cupcakes for the Official Cupcake of the Baltimore Ravens!

  2. P of the Doll says:

    At least we have something good in this city besides crime.

  3. chris says:

    hey guys its what you make out iof the city

  4. Joel Raes says:

    I agree with Chris. It looks good too!

    Thanks,

    Joel Raes

  5. Dan says:

    Stop by the Fire Fighters Hall and try the best Hot Roast Beef, Hot Ham or Hot Turkey sandwiches Sausage with the works, 1/4 lb. Beef Hot Dogs or Firehouse Chilli.Liquid. Cold Refreshments and pregame Ravens on TV. One block west of the Staduim at 1202 Ridgley Street ,
    All to support the Baltimore city Fire Fighters Widows and Orphans Fund.

  6. Ron Beach Sr. says:

    I have never been to a Ravens game nor my sons. Went to almost every Baltimore Colts game when they were here. Tickets, transportation are too expensive to go and or park there 4 a family of 5. Sad, very sad yet the NFL players and owners complain and strike about $$$ money $$$

  7. Abby says:

    They’ve been selling out, so good for them. Games are expensive, and certainly much more than in the days of the Colts. Keeping and maintaining an NFL team means paying high prices at the box office, but the team does bring in much needed revenue to local merchants.

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