4 based on 20 reviews
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore is an urban two-story casino with a 122,000 sq. ft. gaming floor. The multi-million development will feature VLTs, table games and a World Series of Poker room. A 20,000 sq. ft. "Baltimore Marketplace" featuring authentic Charm City food outlets, three premier restaurants, and several bars and lounges will round out the food and beverage offerings.The $400 million development will be located along Russell Street on Baltimore's south side. As an urban casino, it will be designed to maximize connectivity with existing hospitality operators, neighboring professional sports venues M&T Stadium (NFL-Ravens) and Camden Yards (MLB-Orioles) and the city's famed Inner Harbor.
Just not a fun place. Unless you are sitting at the bar you can't get timely drinks wherever you gamble....slots, table games, etc. I don't understand....the drinks are not complimentary. Why wouldn't they hire more waitresses? I believe an hour plus wait for someone to come around is absurd. When you pass by the slot machine area you hardly ever hear
4.5 based on 14 reviews
The Museum exists to preserve the history, archives and artifacts of Maryland's aviation and aerospace contributions, and to provide, to a diverse range of visitors, educational and entertaining indoor exhibits and outdoor flightline and education programs designed to inspire and uplift the mind, imagination,and spirit. Exhibits include those on aviation pioneer Glenn L. Martin and his aircraft manufacturing company, the WWII homefront, Maryland astronauts, and the Maryland Air National Guard. Public visiting hours are Wed - Sat 11am -3pm with Admission for 2018 $5 for Adults and $3 for Children 11 yrs old and younger. May through September Second Saturday Special Events held 9am to 1pm has Admission of $7 for adults and $5 for children. Admission is free to the Museum's Second Saturday Outdoor Flea Market May - September 8am - 1pm. A free speaker series is held on the first Monday of the month (unless a holiday) at 7pm in the Lockheed Martin Auditorium 2323 Eastern Blvd 21220
I brought a group of Senior Citizens for a guided tour of the museum. A little tight for a group and also hard for the group to hear the guide. Guide was still kind of new too. With our Senior groups it is helpful to have a well-educated guide, our guide had only led one other group and it was children. The museum is really neat and the group definitely enjoyed themselves.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
NOW OPEN! Race electric go karts in our 45,000 sq ft air conditioned facility at speed up to 50 MPH! The most-popular racing format is our "Arrive and Drive" program (we provide everything you need to race). You can try just one race, or try our high value multi-race packages.
My wife coordinated her sisters to get me a $50 gift card for my 30th birthday. I wanted my wife to join me, so we got her the 3 race package for $50. We were told we would have to pay a $6 per rider for a drivers license, just another way so they can more money. It is only good for a year. The total with tax was $122 before the gift card was used. I did enjoy myself but the price is a bit much for 3 races. Races 2 and 3 a group of 6 Italians joined us and they were driving "dirty or rough". I got "bumped" pretty hard by one of them that threw me into the wall. As I came to the guy on the stand i put my hand up like did you not see that? There was no warning no nothing. I also was not allowed to pass one of the guys who was clearly not allowing it but the race before I was doing the same and was told to let the person pass. After the races, the 3rd race was the one that I got bumped into the wall, I did vomit a little from the hit. The experience was fun but it was not worth the money.
5 based on 19 reviews
We have real-life clue rooms where people work together as teams to find hidden objects, solves puzzles, and crack codes to win the game. Our game creations are fully immersive environments that involve live interactive game play. We have three staged clue rooms where the objective is to solve the room's mystery within an hour.
We had a group of 9 players, with varying amount of escape room experience. Because of the size of the room, I think maybe 7 would be a better fit, although we weren't hot, nor climbing on each other. A couple of us hadn't ever...MoreSo happy you enjoyed your time with Get a Clue Games and enjoyed our unique puzzles. We try hard to get it right and are always improving to make your experience fun and challenging. Thanks again for your kind words.
4 based on 12 reviews
Rocky Point has changed a lot since I was a young child. It cost $8.00 for an adult to enter the park or beach for the day. No balls, floats or water toys are permitted in the water at the beach. You can walk,fish,canoe,kayak,picnic,sail,cookout, they have pavilions for large groups. Convenient to where I live so always enjoy a day in the sun there
5 based on 249 reviews
Committed to putting Maryland back on the map as the premier distiller of Rye Whiskey. Sagamore Spirit's 8-time award winning Straight Rye Whiskey is cut to proof with a unique spring-fed water from Sagamore Farm. The world-class waterfront distillery is open daily for tours and tastings.
When we pooled up to the outside of the Sagamore Distillery it was quickly apparent that the organization was not short on funding. The building is beautiful and impressive. Other new distilleries that I have visited are usually little corners of old warehouses. We took a tour which was very enjoyable. Our guide however, Lo, was either disenchanted with the ownership are just a snide individual that really didn't want to give us any clear answers to our questions. The rye was delicious and I recommend a visit and tour.
5 based on 2 reviews
Ultrazone is the best Laser tag, arcade and birthday celebration location in eastern Maryland. Our arcade is state of the art and so is our equipment. Play the game that will change your life!
I had a fun time here playing lazer tag with friends back in August! I haven't played the games in years, but were very fun when I went.Thanks for your review we hope to see you again sometime!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Escape It represents the Rosedale Hotel Escape Room. We have 3 uniquely crafted interactive rooms. Featuring The Lobby, The Elevator, and The Suite. Your team will become active participants in our story and must work as a team to uncover clues and solve intriguing problems before time runs out. If you're ready for a challenge, this is for you! Can you escape? Book online today!
Escape It is one of the many escape rooms that cropped up in and around Baltimore once the fad began in earnest, and they're a good addition to the scene. We got off to a rocky start upon arrival due to technical difficulties with their equipment and a harried staff operating with a skeleton crew, but we were fine once we got in the room as it's all about getting back out.
We joined two small groups to give us a total of eight people in the Hotel Suite room. Ours was the only group that had done escape rooms before, but everyone quickly got into it and everyone cooperated to make sure each person got to do something as we went along.
The puzzles were interesting and the clues compelling. There is some definite out-of-the-box thinking you need to do to solve some of them, but the game master is always there to offer clues if you want and providing encouragement regardless. As with most escape rooms we've seen, the wear and tear is really beginning to show due to the hundreds of frantic people that pass through.
We escaped from the Suite with time to spare, but that room is their easiest. We can't wait to go back to try a harder one.
5 based on 1 reviews
Yesterday, we were invited to The Walters Museum to see our grand-daughter’s art work that was being displayed as part of the Baltimore County Public School Student Art Exhibition. We were thrilled – this is the second time her artwork has been selected to hang at The Walters Museum. We were indeed very proud grandparents!
In addition, we took the time to walk thru and enjoy From Rye to Raphael: The Walters Story. This exhibit tells the story about the Walters family gift of art to Baltimore. We viewed 200 works, plus family photographs and historic material taken from the archives.
We were thrilled to see the exhibition: Fabergé and the Russian Crafts Tradition: An Empire’s Legacy. Faberge was a jeweler and goldsmith to the Russian imperial court. Like everyone, we were so taken with the intricate details that went into making a Faberge egg. In addition to creating the most beautiful eggs, Faberge also made rich colored enamels, gold and silver vessels, stunning jewelry and icons. He and his team embodied talent.
The museum is free and wheel chair accessible.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Historic fort that inspired Francis Scott Key to write the U.S. national anthem.
This was a nice experience. I do recommend watching the short film. It will really make you proud of the U.S.A. The rangers there were friendly. However I do not recommend paying the fees. The best parts of the fort are free.
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