Geppi's Entertainment Museum announces dollar-day admission for O's/Ravens home game days On any day that the Orioles or Ravens have home games scheduled this year, admission to Geppi's Entertainment Museum – located adjacent to Oriole Park – will be only $1.
News-Antique.com - Mar 24,2009 - BALTIMORE – With families more challenged than ever to find economical forms of entertainment, Geppi’s Entertainment Museum at Camden Yards (“GEM”) has stepped up to the plate with a budget-pleasing offer. On any day that the Baltimore Orioles or Ravens have home games scheduled this year, admission to the museum – located adjacent to Oriole Park – will be only $1.
“This special offer is an unbeatable value,” said GEM’s Executive Director, Melissa Bowersox, “Our hours of operation will be extended on home game days to allow individuals and families to experience America’s most exciting pop culture museum at a very affordable price. Whether you’re attending a game or just in the area, the admission will be only a dollar.”
A tour guide is required for all groups availing themselves of the Game Day Special. An additional $1 per person tour-guide fee will be added to admission, for a total of $2 per person. Groups at this rate must adhere to guided-tour times of 10:30 a.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30pm. This rate is valid on HOME game days only for the Baltimore Orioles 2009 season (first home game will be on April 6, against the New York Yankees) and Baltimore Ravens 2009 season, and is valid for one group per tour time.
Other discounts available at GEM include; half-price Tuesdays and Thursdays. Last year, GEM introduced half-price Tuesdays, and it proved so popular, a second half-price day – Thursday – was added.
GEM also offers $2 off admission to those who “go green” with transportation and show a public transportation ticket when entering GEM (not valid with any other offers or discounts).
Geppi’s Entertainment Museum at Camden Yards is located on the second floor at 301 W. Camden St., Baltimore, MD 21201. For additional information call 410-625-7060, email firstname.lastname@example.org or log on to www.geppismuseum.com.