Those of us who live in Baltimore County know how important the City is to the entire region. We benefit from the exceptional arts and cultural attractions just down the road from county residents. These are places people travel from all over the world to see and they’re so close to us.
Watch a video of County Executive Kevin Kamenetz as he calls on every Baltimore County resident to come to the City and take advantage of what’s great there. Wherever you live, Baltimore arts are just down the road. Learn more about some of Baltimore City’s world class attractions.
All aboard – don’t miss some of the best train gardens in the County! Be sure to visit the Dundalk Historical Society’s free exhibit, open Monday through Saturday, from noon to 8 p.m.
The Fire Museum of Maryland is open for spectators on Saturdays and during the holiday break. The Shops at Kenilworth have a free display with model trains and animations of children’s favorite characters. The Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company celebrates its 35th year hosting a Christmas train garden.
Not to be missed is the Jacksonville Senior Center exhibit – see Fort McHenry and the Magic Kingdom! At the Glenn L. Martin Aviation Museum in Middle River, see the train garden Wednesday through Saturday. Take the family and enjoy the trains and displays during this festive holiday season!
Mix historic neighborhood shopping districts with new concept town centers, add a good measure of upscale malls and you have a recipe for a shopping paradise! Discover the unique offerings and quaint charm of Baltimore County’s neighborhood downtowns at the more than 3,000 locally-owned businesses on charming main streets throughout the County.
In White Marsh at The Avenue and in Hunt Valley at the Hunt Valley Towne Centre, one can find retail centers designed to feel like a small town. The County boasts exceptional malls like the Towson Town Center with its upscale wing of stores, and White Marsh Mall which offers a vibrant shopping experience with 120 stores and 20 restaurants
Adapted from a Lanape Native American legend, this musical tells the story of a traveling troupe of songbirds who arrive to entertain a colorful, animal community.
At the pinnacle of President Bush’s No Child Left Behind, Nilajah Sun wrote this funny, yet heartbreaking story of city high school students who were left behind.
Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story and Pullman, WA by Young Jean Lee.
Eat, drink and be merry at our winter shopping wonderland.
This very special lecture coincides with Moe Asch’s 110th birthday!