Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum – Batter Up

Teams had to follow the trail of 60 baseballs that are painted on the sidewalk to find the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum. As you might assume by the name, George Herman Ruth, known by most as “Babe” Ruth, was born at this location on Emory Street in 1895. It was his childhood home that has now been transformed into a museum honoring his legacy. In the museum, you will find all kinds of baseball memorabilia and history, including jerseys that belonged to the legendary Babe Ruth. The challenge at this stop was to take a photo of team members looking like they’re “up to bat” in front of this historic location.