Set on nearly an acre in Historic Laurel, this elegant 19th-century home is conveniently located just a mile from I-95, precisely halfway between Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, and just a half-hour's drive to Annapolis.
Only two miles from extensive shopping, dining, entertainment and recreation options.
Make your way through Maryland and experience each attraction such as Laurel Park and the historic Savage Mill.
Eighteenth-century Georgian architecture, boasts a reproduction kitchen and an original 18th-century summerhouse. Festivals, teas, exhibits, holiday events, sips and crafting nights, gardens, boxwood maze and unique history playground in summer. 70 acres for walking, geocaching, picnicking.
Family focused climbing center concept was brought from New Zealand. The first U.S. climbing center is based right here in Laurel, Maryland.
Howard County's first production brewery, serving over a dozen artfully crafted beers in our taproom along with artisanal, house-made pub favorites.
Wildlife in its native habitat. View interactive state-of-the-art exhibits, hike trails or take a seasonal tram tour through forest, wetland and meadow habitats.
Come visit Maryland Jockey Club at Laurel Park, Maryland's premier destination for live horse racing and simulcasting. Odds are you'll have a great time.
Unearth the prehistoric past at Dinosaur Park, home of Astrodon Johnstoni, Maryland's state dinosaur.
1840s mill worker's house, changing exhibits of Laurel's history from an industrial mill town to the present. Research library and museum shop. Group tours by appointment.
Museum is one-of-a-kind in the United States. At least 50 different life size artworks that are made to go on real humans are on display. Photographs and stories of creating the artwork fill the museum. Sculptures are made from all types of materials.
Our aim is to provide the absolute best barbeque and southern cuisine at a reasonable price.
Mexican restaurant with some killer Chicken Tortilla soup.
Connecting seafood lovers to the Chesapeake Bay’s fresh-off-the-boat and serving up in a setting that sparkles with our own brand of maritime magic.
Counter-serve seafood cafe and market specializing in year-round hard-shells for takeout or sit-down. On the Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail.
Award-winning, family owned restaurant opened in 1983, offering the finest Central and North Italian food specialties with an emphasis on fresh homemade pasta.
2/12/2019 - 2/19/2019
4/6/2019 - 5/26/2019