- TripBuzz found 245 things to do with kids in or near Eldersburg, Maryland, including 244 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Baltimore, Columbia, Laurel and Gaithersburg.
- From Stratosphere Trampoline Park to The Baltimore Ravens, the Eldersburg area offers 117 different types of family activities, including: Trampoline Parks, Parks, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- An unincorporated community in Carroll County, Eldersburg, Maryland is a lightly populated residential area. Eldersburg was named in Money Magazine's 'Top 100P Places to Live' in 2009. Populated mostly by families, this city covers approximately 40 square miles. Located less than an hour from the state's capital of Annapolis, Eldersburg is a small town wonder.
The small Chester 5 Theatres maintains only five screens, but first-run popular films are shown at the cinema. Movies are screened both as matinees and evening shows with a special discount applied to those screened before 6pm.
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2071 Lincoln Way E, Chambersburg, PA 17201 MoreLess Info
Lincoln Lanes Bowling Center is a 20-lane split bowling center that offers glow-in-the-dark bowling and electronic scoring. The alley features 'Lazer Bowling' and open bowling leagues for people of all ages.
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101 Church Alley, Chestertown, MD 21620 MoreLess Info
The Historical Society of Kent County features a collection of preserved documents, artifacts, and other information related to the county's history. The society offers a variety of programs and exhibits from their museum and research library.
Theatrical and musical productions are performed at the Prince Theatre, which has recently been renamed as the Garfield Center for the Arts. Along with live productions, the venue hosts multiple workshops for youth and an educational outreach program.
In close proximity to a boardwalk, Chestertown Marina has a dock for a variety of sea vessels, and is surrounded by local gift shops and restaurants. The marina has a store where visitors can buy equipment for their boats.
The historic Jefferson County Museum is a museum that offers free admission to patrons of the Charles Town Library. The museum carries information on historical events that happened in the county, such as the hanging of John Brown in 1859.
Situated next to the Susquehanna River, Chiques Rock Outfitters has canoes, kayaks, and bikes available for rent. The rentals include paddles, life vests, and a basic training session before visitors can head out on the water.
Built of brick and covered in ivy is Columbia's beautiful Wright's Ferry Mansion. The mansion stands as a reminder of the settlement in the area by the English Quakers and houses the sophisticated and delicate 1738 artifacts and items of the original owner, Susanna Wright.
The Guilford Swimming Pool has received glowing reviews from locals who praise the water for its cleanliness, the staff for its friendliness, lifeguards for their attention to safety, and concessions for its variety of snacks.
The Turkey Hill Experience is a self-guided, interactive activity that provides opportunities to engage with ice cream making and the dairy process. Milk a mechanical cow, design a virtual ice cream flavor, and bring it to life in the Taste Lab.