4.5 based on 131 reviews
One of the most popular vineyards in the state is now open for tours
Driving home from Hunt Valley on a beautiful Saturday afternoon and looking for a diversion. What about Boordy's? Hadn't been there for a few years. Found it in our nav system and followed its directions to the property.
Lots of cars in the parking area. At least three dudes directing traffic. A white limo in the lot down the hill to the right. A wedding maybe? Why not? A beautiful setting with no shortage of wine.
About 8 people in line at the entry point purchasing wine tasting tickets. Walked by without doing so. So many people in or about the wine tasting building! Many families at the picnic tables or relaxing on blankets. Inside the main building, the tasting bar there was also packed.
Couldn't leave empty handed. Picked up a bottle of Landmark Reserve and greatly enjoyed it with Korean barbeque at home that evening.
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Known for its excellent trout fishing, the topography of this scenic park includes tidal marshes and wetlands to steep, rugged slopes.
We hiked The Little Gunpowder Trail with pretty little waterfalls and a gentle little stream that wound its way along the peaceful trail! There's a big boulder area with lots to climb and leap over for the more adventurous one in your group, like my husband! Even on an early Spring day this little trail packs a lot of scenic views to enjoy and soak in with cozy little nooks to stop and drink in the peace and stillness along the water's edge!
4.5 based on 37 reviews
Once the heart of a bustling Quaker settlement in the 18th and 19th centuries, the 230-year old Jerusalem Mill is now a Museum and Visitor Center.
This place seems like a nice collection of historic buildings, and it kind of is. However... the blacksmith shop was bristling with activity, and although we have seen many blacksmiths in action, it's always kind of fascinating, so we watched. Next was a trip across the street to the mill, which was closed. It's run by volunteers, but the person for the mill was not able to open up. So we wandered to the Miller's house behind it, and talked about muskets with a volunteer there. My 6-year-old granddaughter was not terribly impressed, and was getting a bit impatient, so we took off for two other things, which both turned out to be fun.
First, we walked down to the Gunpowder River which runs right next to the mill (as rivers tend to do), and walked along the shore, across a footbridge, and across some rocks. She loved the exploration. The next stop was the mill's general store a couple hundred yards away. Much more activity here, and there was a scavenger hunt for the kids, which turned out to be fun for her. It was a nice stop and a pleasant visit.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
Went to get new haircut 3 different levels of stylist I chose gold walked out with the same hairstyle I had from a much cheaper salon. Had pedicure employees were complaining. Eyebrows done very nice.
4.5 based on 48 reviews
We stopped by for the Peach Festival this weekend. The pancake breakfast was very tasty. My favorite part of the entire trip was the market there. They sell fresh fruit and vegetables, homemade baked goods, jams and jellies as well as craft goods.
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.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Stopped by here on the recommendation of a friend and was pleased with what I saw. The staff was friendly and more than helpful. They were knowledgeable of everything that we had questions on (Maryland Laws) and were not pushy at all. A real class act.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
the park has some nice hiking trails that are short enough to take the kids on, we had a picnic in the large front pavillion it worked out well, Don't plan to use there outside grilles they are too old. the restrooms were under renovation and there were spot a pots available for use. the playground was right next to the pavillion making it easy to keep an eye on your kids. overall it made a great late summer early fall picnic day.
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