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Medieval Times Maryland Castle
#1 of 14 things to do in Hanover
If you are seeking a few hours escape from the modern day and want to connect with your inner kid, I highly recommend a Medieval Times adventure!
I have a 14 year old who loves horses, but ALL the kids loved cheering for our knight and watching the show.
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Cinemark Egyptian 24
#3 of 14 things to do in Hanover
I recommend the Cinemark Theater for all ages, friends couples, a family with young children, friends, business and solo people to experience!
Great place to take family, dates or friends.
Arundel Mills
#2 of 14 things to do in Hanover
The mall is a great place to visit as a couple, families or just on your own there is something for everyone.
Great walking space for children; great buys.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards Baltimore 8.7 mi away
#4 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
Loved our visit, really well thought out, a great family friendly park with great food, staff and a beautiful park complete with a mini concert (tina parol)and fireworks to boot!
Upon arriving at ball park everything goes very very smoothly sat over Boston red sox Dugout Great time !!After game also went smooth and fast go and enjoy a game family treat!!!
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Centennial Park Ellicott City 9.5 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Ellicott City
Surrounding the lake, the 2.4 Mike asphalt path is used by walkers, runners, cyclists, strollers, birdwatchers, photographers, families, couples, singles.
Lots to do - fishing, paddle/rowboat rental, playground, pavilions to rent for family picnics, volleyball, baseball, tennis, basketball.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum Baltimore 8.4 mi away
#11 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
... in a historic round house and, with the outdoor displays provides a complete and in-depth display of the history of American Railroading from the oldest railroad in the U.S. Great for railroad buffs and children.
A unique museum in an old roundhouse - one of a kind as it is a full 360 degree building, with well laid out historical displays, very kid-friendly, safe, and big-kid friendly too!
Fort McHenry National Monument Baltimore 8.8 mi away
#5 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
The kids were able to get the connection from the Revolutionary War to the War of 1812 as well as the Battle at Fort McHenry's influence on Francis Scott Key's writing of The Star Spangled Banner.
So peaceful and wonderful to visit Great to visit with families and gorgeous backdrop of water.
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National Aquarium Baltimore 9.0 mi away
#18 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
... thru Baltimore area decided to take the day in town and see local stuff and activities around the area harbour and inner city lot of sea species and awesome fish tanks very informative bring your whole family.
The aquatic life was fantastic to see and the kids were just in awe! Loved touching the jellyfish and seeing the dolphin show.
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Maryland Science Center Baltimore 8.7 mi away
#28 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
The Maryland Science Center is a wonderful, insightful spot for children to have fun while learning.
We loved checking this museum, so many things to see and hands on for my little kids, 3 and 5 years old, the Dinosaur exhibit, the gravity activity center, the playground was just a few things we were able to do,...
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Federal Hill Park Baltimore 8.6 mi away
#26 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
It’s a park full of life and love as you see people from all walks of life, enjoying their families, jogging, walking dogs, kids playing in the playground, locals running up the steps.
We thoroughly enjoyed walking around on the beautiful day enjoying the vistas, while my teen & pre-teen children had races up and down the impressive hill.
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Historic Ships in Baltimore Baltimore 9.0 mi away
#16 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
Very well done and very affordable for a family of 5. Very educational and interesting, we learned a lot! Fun adventure for the kids on the coast guard ship as well!
A great day event for the entire family or couples looking for a bit of history and pride in our nations history and past.
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Patapsco Valley State Park Ellicott City 9.7 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Ellicott City
Nice flat hiking trail which is fantastic for little kids.
I took Friends and children over for a hike then a splash in the Patapsco river.
Lake Kittamaqundi Columbia 8.5 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Columbia
It's a great place for singles, couples, and families to relax with a little fun...
A cool two-story water fountain that's fun to explore for kids (walk under it).
The Walters Art Museum Baltimore 9.4 mi away
#3 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
They have a great weekend activities for kids, a wonderful art collection, and often have a great special events.
The free weekends hands-in activities, self guided scavenger hunts, play area in the basement and discovery carts can keep the kids busy all day.
Baltimore Water Taxi Baltimore 9.3 mi away
#22 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
We use the water taxi from time to time because our kids enjoy it, and it is a nice way to get it from Fells Point to the Inner Harbor and Fort McHenry without driving.
With an all day pass, you can get to many attractions in a very enjoyable way, (discounts for seniors and children), and decide where you want to get off and tour, or go back later.
B&O Ellicott City Station Museum Ellicott City 8.4 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Ellicott City
Amazing place to take the kids or kids at heart.
If you love history of trains, you must go there and take the whole family.
Port Discovery Children's Museum Baltimore 9.3 mi away
#36 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
There was a musician singing and playing guitar for a Jingle Jangle Music Time - with small kids singing and playing tambourines very cute !! They cater for special needs kids too which is great.
I've gotten the family annual pass as part of the rotation since my son was about 2 until last year when he was 12. He's always had fun, we've taken family and friends with us and they always enjoy it.
Inner Harbor Baltimore 8.8 mi away
#30 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
I love Baltimore's Inner Harbor is always fun stuff to do including the paddle boats shopping museums restaurants street performers I had a awesome time my family enjoyed it only downside is the paddle boats are h...
Shopping, phenomenal food, historical sites, and the National Aquarium make this an absolutely wonderful destination for a whole family vacation.
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Top of the World Observation Level Baltimore 9.0 mi away
#25 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
Our family stopped by Saturday afternoon and my kids loved exploring the museum.
Very nominal fee, so affordable for families!
Babe Ruth Birthplace and Museum Baltimore 8.6 mi away
#27 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
If you like baseball, Babe Ruth or have kids, it is definitely worth a trip.
The house itself was George Herman “Babe” Ruth’s grandparent’s house where he was born as the apartment his parents lived in was small and above the shop the family owned.
Camden Station- Camden Yards Baltimore 8.4 mi away
#12 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
The Oriole's Ballpark is just beautiful and the history and memorabilia are quite impressive; our guide was very knowledgeable; this is a very family friendly tour.
The shops, restaurants, museum, kids area, the beautiful location (close to the famed Inner Harbor) and of course - the ball park itself... ALL of it is wonderful.
Baltimore Museum of Industry Baltimore 8.6 mi away
#15 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
This is a great class trip and a great place to bring your kids to explore history and engineering.
Our family, consisting of parents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren recently visited this interesting museum depicting the working history of Baltimore and the surrounding area.
M&T Bank Stadium Baltimore 8.2 mi away
#20 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
Our family loves Baltimore, MD! M&T is always the highlight of our trips!
I had so much fun this is a great place to take your family to watch it Ravens game everything there was good except for the water was a little pricey at 6:50 a bottle but I love seeing the Sea of purple everywher...
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Lake Elkhorn Park Columbia 7.8 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Columbia
Amazing place to workout have amazing views of lake and also very child friendly running the trail was amazing i plan on returning to the lake for a faster time !
Good biking and walking trail, lots of geese and turtles, great for kids...
Ripley's Believe It or Not! Baltimore Baltimore 8.9 mi away
#41 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
Loved it my son loved it also its great fir adults and children and they have a lot of interactive things to do
Great times, We brought my kids and their friend, we all had a great times reading and looking at the exhibits..we also had the military discount which helps alot
American Visionary Art Museum Baltimore 8.8 mi away
#10 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
Unique, quirky museum - great for couples, families, and field trips!
This museum great for children and adults because it provides us with ideas to tap into our creative imagination and come up with wonderful ideas.ourselves.
USS Torsk Baltimore 9.0 mi away
#23 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
The kids thought it was amazing, they were surprised at the size, but it gave them a great perspective of what life was like on a sub back in the day, We were also lucky to see a naturalization ceremony held aboard.
Our family enjoyed touring the USS Torsk.
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The Kunta Kinte - Alex Haley Memorial Annapolis 3.9 mi away
#11 of 66 things to do in Annapolis
This bronze statue of a seated Alex Haley, reading to three small children was sculpted by Edward Dwight, a test pilot for the USAF, and the first African-American trained as an astronaut.
Right near Ego Alley is the Kunta Kinte - Alex Haley Memorial with statues of young children at his feet.
Baltimore National Heritage Area Baltimore 8.9 mi away
#34 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
Fell's Point Baltimore 9.4 mi away
#14 of 210 things to do in Baltimore
Fell’s Point is an adorable area filled with cobblestone streets, family owned restaurants and bars, and unique shops.
My family loved walking around, finding fun, local shops and restaurants to explore.
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