Howard County Maryland Visitor Guide 2022 - Magazine - Page 30
HOWARD COUNTY LIVING FARM
Preserving the agricultural way of life
through hands-on programs and displays.
12985 Frederick Road, West Friendship
MAPLE LAWN FARMERS MARKET
MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION
You can find a wonderful range of quality
items, from fresh fruits & vegetables, fresh
bread, and more! Saturdays, 9-1. See our
website for more info.
7405 Maple Lawn Blvd, Fulton
Regional music venue offering the biggest
names in entertainment in a beautiful
amphitheatre nestled in a 40 acre forest in
the heart of Columbia.
10475 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia
HOWARD COUNTY NETWORK
TO FREEDOM EXHIBIT
MARY’S LAND FARM
MONSTER MINI GOLF
The Underground Railroad in Howard
County. This exhibit is included in the
National Underground Railroad Network
8328 Court Avenue, Ellicott City
Potentially the largest permaculture set up
on the east coast featuring a unique “Pizza
Harvest” experience, unicorns, tours, a farm
store, and more.
4979 Sheppard Lane, Ellicott City
18 holes of indoor glow-in-the-dark mini
golf, DJ with music, contests, and prizes.
Great arcade, two party rooms for birthdays
and much more.
7351 Assateague Dr, Suite 380, Jessup
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MARYLAND HISTORY TOURS, LLC
MUSEUM OF HOWARD COUNTY HISTORY
Locally owned & operated with programs
focusing on people associated with Ellicott
City & the Patapsco Valley. Join a scheduled
tour or book your own!
Patapsco State Valley, Ellicott City
A complete collection of historical records and
artifacts. Museum in Old Ellicott City. Research
library located at Miller Branch Library.
8328 Court Avenue, Ellicott City
MARYLAND SHEEP AND WOOL FESTIVAL
Celebrating all things sheep, from hoof to
handwoven, for over 45 years. Always the
first full weekend in May at the Howard
PO Box 99, Glenwood, (410) 531-3647
Explore the depths of the ocean, no scuba
gear required! Located in Baltimore’s Inner
Harbor, the National Aquarium features
over 20,000 animals.
501 East Pratt Street, Pier 3, Baltimore
PATAPSCO FEMALE INSTITUTE
Pick Your Own fruit, berries, and veggies!
2415 Woodbine Road, Woodbine
1,500 mammals, birds, amphibians, and
reptiles, award-winning children’s zoo, The
Polar Bear Watch, The African Journey, and
The African Penquin Coast.
1 Safari Place, Baltimore, (410) 396-7102
Patapsco Female Institute offered a
revolutionary curriculum to young women
in an effort to mold elegant young ladies
into engaged, active citizens.
3655 Church Road, Ellicott City
Tour the museum to learn about the bravery,
dedication and sacrifices displayed by the
men and women of HCPD while keeping
this community safe.
2200 Scott Wheeler Dr, Marriottsville
“Koreatown” promotes the unique Korean
American culture and history through
businesses and community members.
With elegant dining, comfortable bars,
and plentiful seating in the general
admission area, Laurel Park offers
exciting events and racing.
Rt 198 & Laurel Race Track Road, Laurel
One of the nation’s largest gaming, retail
and entertainment destinations.
7002 Arundel Mills Circle, Hanover
MAIN EVENT ENTERTAINMENT
With state-of-the-art bowling, multi-level
laser tag, over 100 games, and handcrafted
food and a full bar, Main Event is THE
destination for FUN.
10300 Little Patuxent Parkway #2520,
Columbia, (410) 995-9009
MEDIEVAL TIMES DINNER
A unique combination of a medieval
banquet and thrilling competition
7000 Arundel Mills Circle, Hanover
AT SYMPHONY WOODS
Merriweather Park is as an arts park in
Columbia. We host free events, including a
Summer Pops Concert, a children’s series,
and ticketed events.
10431 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia
// Howard County, Maryland Visitor Guide
ROBINSON NATURE CENTER
LEED Platinum-certified nature education
facility offering educational programs, field
trips, birthday parties, home school, scout
programs, & more.
6692 Cedar Lane, Columbia, (410) 313-0400
SAVAGE FENCING CLUB
Located in The Historic Savage Mill, in
Savage, the Savage Fencing Club offers
instruction in the Olympic sport of fencing,
for children and adults.
8600 Foundry Street, Savage, (240) 294-6381
Take a step into history and uncover the
experience of Savage Mill. Shop, eat, take
a class, or just *mill around* and surround
yourself with history.
8600 Foundry Street, Savage