Thousands will gather in Baltimore over the Labor Day weekend to witness the second Grand Prix Of Baltimore. This IndyCar Series and American Le Mans Series race will delight racing fans of all ages. The city will be alive with the roar of engines, the cheers of the fans and the delightful smells of delicious food vendors. Get your tickets and hotel rooms early before they are sold out.
Historic Annapolis boasts dozens of bus, trolley, walking and sailing tours with Colonial-esque guides waiting to teach you everything about this exciting city. Maryland’s capital since 1694, Annapolis has changed little over the centuries. Its charmingly narrow, time-worn streets make it fun to explore, and museums and art galleries here promise culture galore. A quaint, picturesque town with architecture worth viewing it also boasts attractions ranging from the City Dock to the much-loved United States Naval Academy. Don’t miss out on a weekend in this exciting city for a lesson in love of country you’ll never forget.
Baltimoreans live in a perfect location to visit the beautiful countryside of Dutch Country, home to a large Amish community and plenty of not-to-be-missed activities. Lancaster County, Penn., is a quick 90-minute drive up I-83. Many take advantage of their close proximity by taking day trips to visit museums, the area’s myriad festivals and learning about Amish life. Being able to visit for the day is great, but making a weekend getaway of it will let you truly see everything Lancaster County towns have to offer.
Baltimoreans live in a perfect location to visit the nation’s capital with relative ease. Many take advantage of their close proximity by taking day trips to Washington, D.C. to visit museums, monuments or to take in concerts, baseball games and the area’s myriad festivals. Being just an hour away allows for many a quick visit, but make a weekend getaway of it to truly see everything D.C. has to offer.
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Kennedy Krieger’s 8th Annual ROAR For Autism Race works to break the silence and misconceptions surrounding autism. The day’s events include cycling, a fundraising walk, a festival and distance participation through SNORE for ROAR. Expect to start early and stay late to take in a fun day in Cockeysville for the whole family.