- TripBuzz found 487 things to do with kids in or near Savage, Maryland, including 484 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Annapolis, Baltimore and Silver Spring.
- From Terrapin Adventures to Historic Savage Mill, the Savage area offers 117 different types of family activities, including: Historic Sites, Adventure Tour, Parks and Movie Theaters.
- Offering a selection of both indoor and outdoor sights to see, Savage, Maryland prides itself on its rich history and abundant activities. From dining and shopping, to historic home and museum tours, visitors can enjoy a relaxing day indoors. Outdoor lovers can experience thrills by partaking in zip line adventures or bicycle trail rides.
The Avalon Theatre is a small theater which is across The Tidewater Inn. Banning's Tavern is on the street level of the theater, and down the street from the Bartlett Pear Inn. There are also a couple of restaurants nearby.
Historical Society Museum is a local museum which houses a number of artifacts including vintage photographs and documents which depict the local history, culture and architecture. The museum is surrounded by a garden which contains a variety of herbs and trees.
Avalon Performing Arts Theater is a restored art-deco theater that offers patrons a year-round schedule of performing arts, and community events. The 400 seat theatre is home to many local community groups who also present regional and national performances.
Operating since 1957, Hanover Bowling Centre Inc features 40 lanes of bowling including open bowling, tournaments, leagues and lessons. It has a restaurant and lounge, pool tables, a snack bar and arcade games.
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110 Hickory Lane, Hanover, PA 17331 MoreLess Info
Suitable for individuals, groups and private events, Hickory Falls Family Entertainment Center features a miniature golf course along with a laser tag arena and go-karts. It also provides arcade games, bowling, a children's play area and a snack bar.
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Concord & Lafayette Street, Havre de Grace, MD MoreLess Info
Concord Point Lighthouse has a wonderful view of the ocean. It is a small light house built 200 years ago with an iron rung ladder going into the top. It has a gift shop across the road for souvenirs.
Havre de Grace Promenade located at Concord Street is a scenic place for walking or relaxation. They have a nice view of the bay, the Susquehanna river, and some wild life. There are a couple of restaurants nearby.