Living in Baltimore County means a comfortable blend of historic neighborhoods, suburban communities and rural landscapes. With the Inner Harbor, the Baltimore Orioles , the NFL Ravens and the Preakness at Pimlico, Baltimore offers diverse entertainment opportunities. There are more than 175 miles of shoreline and over 60 marinas. Baltimore County is a destination for boaters and fishermen from throughout the Mid-Atlantic. Boat, hike, fish or swim in over 10,000 acres of Baltimore County parkland.
Tailgate gourmet-style with the international racing community at challenging point-to-point races, including the Maryland Hunt Cup. Taste and tour Baltimore County’s vineyards or check out the blue ribbon winners at the annual Maryland State Fair at Timonium Fairgrounds.
In the summertime Oregon Ridge is filled with the sounds music . Popular music comes to large arenas and intimate venues such as the Recher Theatre in Towson. Baltimore is home to the Myerhoff Symphony and the host of many first run theatre presentations. World-renowned art collections are minutes away at the Baltimore Museum, Walters Art Museum, and the one of a kind, American Visionary Art Museum. Baltimore’s many theaters, including the newly restored historic Hippodrome, offer a wide range of performing arts from local troupes to Broadway shows.
For a charming adventure at home, discover antique rows in Cockeysville, Reisterstown, Monkton and the historic milltown of Oella. Make it a “vacation at home” with a B&B stay, in-town or in rural Baltimore County. Bike along a railroad line converted to a biking and hiking trail running from rural Baltimore County into Pennsylvania!
Take the family downtown to the National Aquarium, the Maryland Science Center, Port Discovery Children’s Museum, or the new Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture. Enjoy a night out at the Power Plant or have a great meal at a fabulous restaurant featuring Maryland