Winning Winter Events
Night may fall early this time of year, but what better time to take in a festival, concert or holiday celebration. Share in the joys of the season at these favorite annual winter events.
1 Festival of Trees, Timonium (November)
November 24-26, 2017
For a wonderland experience, stop by Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Festival of Trees, a three-day spectacle filled with approximately 600 holiday trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses. Be sure to stop by SantaLand, and check out the carousel, “reindeer” pony and train rides, crafts, games and more, all taking place at the Maryland State Fairgrounds in Timmonium (Baltimore County.)
2 Annmarie Garden in Lights, Solomons (December)
December 1, 2017 - January 1, 2018
Take a magical tour through glittering woods filled with spectacular lights and amazing “light sculptures” of mythical beasts, wild animals, airplanes, pirates, princesses, circus performers, dinosaurs and more.
3 Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Holiday Schedule
Take in spectacular performances by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.
4 Washington Monument Lighting, Baltimore (December)
At the December lighting of Baltimore’s Washington Monument in Mount Vernon’s West Park, music, food and fireworks contribute to a magical winter's night. Rumor has it that Santa Claus likes to make an appearance here each year.
With more than 16,000 LED's illuminating the Baltimore skyline, make sure you check out the Baltimore Office of Promotions and The Arts for more information on this and other great events...