- Our list of the best things to do in Catonsville, Maryland, features the top 393 nearby activities — including 138 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Open seasonally, Eating Easton food tours offers visitors and locals a chance to sample a variety of Easton area restaurants' signature dishes. The company offers a three hour walking tour with historical insights and an array of foods.
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.
A central hub of the local cultural scene, the Academy Art Museum provides a variety of opportunities for education and growth in the arts. Visitors can explore permanent and temporary exhibits or sign up for a hands-on class.
Zephaniah Farm Vineyard is a working farm that invites wine-lovers to visit and stay for a while. Tastings are held in the antique-filled living room at a relaxing pace. A tour through the vineyard is encouraged by the proprietors.
Edward T Hall Aquatic Center offers aquatic programs for people of all ages and abilities. The facility features a 50-meter competition pool, a leisure pool, a therapy pool, hot tub and fitness room with all pools compliant with ADA regulations.
At Lazy Susan Dinner Theater, patrons can enjoy dinner and a show in an old style restaurant. The dinner and dessert are served buffet style, first come first served, and the menu is primarily comfort food.
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Originally built in the 1600s, The Third Haven Friends Meeting House is a Quaker church that consists of burial grounds, brick Greek Revival rooms, caretaker's cottages, and other structures. Worship meetings are still held in the church weekly.
Land of Little Horses is an interactive farm attraction featuring miniature horses, performing animals, a Western Town, and play areas for young children. The site includes a cafe, and picnic areas for families who pack a lunch.