- 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!
- Catonsville, MD has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Entertainment & Shows, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 7 things to do within the city of Catonsville, MD , followed by 386 popular activities in nearby cities, including Baltimore, Annapolis, Silver Spring, Laurel, Columbia, Bowie, Pasadena, Ellicott City, Glen Burnie, College Park, Severna Park, Cockeysville, Greenbelt, Towson, Odenton, Olney, Edgewater, Severn, Rockville, Crofton, Elkridge, Dundalk, Mount Airy, Hanover, Essex, Westminster, Parkville, Pikesville, Owings Mills, Timonium, Wheaton, Perry Hall, Lutherville, Savage, Monkton, Sandy Spring, Eldersburg and Davidsonville
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Babe Ruth Birthplace & Museum is a row-house in which George Herman 'Babe' Ruth was born. First curated with the help of Babe's widow, Claire and his two daughters and sister, the museum features artifacts from Babe's life and career.
M&T Bank Stadium is the home of the Baltimore Ravens, one of the only NFL teams to feature a marching band . The location has also hosted the famous Army-Navy football game and performances from artists like U2 and Jay-Z.
Extra Innings of Elkridge features indoor batting cages for baseball enthusiasts of all ages. The center is open year round and features over 23,000 square feet of training area and seven indoor batting cages.
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Westminster Cemetery on the southeast corner of Fayette and Greene sts., Baltimore, MD MoreLess Info
Featuring a large marble monument that measures 80 inches in height, Edgar Allan Poe's Grave Site & Memorial is the current burial site of the famous author. Poe's remains were moved several times before reaching this marker.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards is a major league baseball stadium which also serves as the home field of the Baltimore Orioles. Being the first of the 90's 'retro' ballparks, its features an outfield made exclusively of straight wall segments and seats which provide scenic skyline views.
One of the oldest markets in the United States is the Lexington Market which was founded in 1782. It currently occupies the original site of the historic market and continues to draw in countless vendors regularly.
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The Baltimore Convention Center hosts a wide variety of events, including conferences, wine tasting events, exhibitions, and expos. This location also hosts Otakon, one of the largest anime conventions in the United States.
Dedicated to preserving pop culture, Geppi's Entertainment Museum showcases memorabilia from comics, music, games, TV shows, and more. The museum has a variety of vintage movie posters and comic books decorating the walls.
Opening in 1960, and designed by Benjamin C. Thompson, the two shopping plazas at Harborplace and the Gallery are known as Pratt Street Pavilion and the Light Street Pavilion, while the Gallery is operated across the street. Visitors find many restaurants and shops there that sell Maryland specific merchandise.
Built using a Beaux-Arts architecture style in the early 1900s, Hippodrome Theatre serves as a performing arts venue that hosts musicals, concerts, and more. The interior of the theater features a mural with characters from Greek mythology.