Veteran’s Day is a day to honor the dedicated women and men who put on the uniform of the armed services and place their loyalty to their country above their lives. Maryland, in particular, is a state blessed with an abundance of military personnel, owing to several local military bases. And so, at this time of year, local businesses like to honor these folks with discounts and benefits. Here are several of the best to be found in the Baltimore area.
B&O Railroad Museum
901 W. Pratt St.
Baltimore, MD 21223
(410) 752-2490
www.borail.org

The B&O Railroad Museum is a standard of the Baltimore area, representing the railroad industry which founded the economy upon which Baltimore was based. But the museum isn’t just a tired recital of historical information, it is a constantly updated and re-vitalized venue which continually has fresh events and displays; even if you aren’t a train lover, B&O will make you one. This Veteran’s day, B&O is offering free admission to all military personnel and their families, so stop on by and see what it has to offer!

The Tilghman Island Inn
21384 Coopertown Road
Tilghman, MD 21671
(410) 886-2141
tilghmanislandinn.com

Up for a relaxing Veteran’s Day out on the bay and far away from the rush of everyday life? Then you might consider Tilghman Island Inn, “Far from the madding crowd,” as its slogan reads. Not only does the Inn sit on the Bay, but it also offers all of the first class amenities one would expect from a swanky establishment: fireplaces and whirlpool tubs in the rooms, balconies and outdoor swimming pools and an in-house restaurant which offers American fair as well as the obligatory continental breakfast which is, of course, free. In honor of Veteran’s Day, the Inn is offering a travel package to all military personnel throughout the month of November with up to 50 percent off for meals and a stay at the Inn.

Horseshoe Casino
1525 Russell St.
Baltimore, MD 21230
(844) 777-7463
www.caesars.com

The Horseshoe Casino is Baltimore’s own miniature Los Vegas with all of the exciting attractions one can imagine in a Vegas-type setting, including gambling, bars, restaurants and shows. The restaurants include ones which have been established by celebrity chefs, and the bars often include shows and gambling as part of their regular entertainment. This Veteran’s Day, the Casino is offering a variety of deals and discounts for valet parking, drinks, dining and more for active duty military, military vets and local first responders such as police officers, paramedics, hospital personnel and fire fighters. Drop in and enjoy a well-earned night on the town.

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McCormick & Schmick’s
711 Eastern Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 234-1300
www.mccormickandschmicks.com

McCormick & Schmick’s is a surf ‘n turf restaurant which has become a Baltimore favorite for its fresh seafood, aged, slow-roasted beef, creative drink menu, huge portions, and fine service. This year, M&S is showing its appreciation for the men and women of the service by offering a custom menu from which those who serve may order for a dine-in experience sure to leave them satisfied and gratified. Make a reservation here, and then drop by for your courtesy feast!

Center Stage
700 N. Calvert St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 332-0033
www.centerstage.org

Center Stage theater is the largest professional production theater in Maryland, and it is located right in the heart of Baltimore. Center Stage offers a roomy and comfortable venue in which to relax and enjoy any of the several productions they have running at any given time. More than this, they are one of the more professional theater groups one will find anywhere in the world, with top-level stage actors and awe-inspiring set-pieces and special effects. As a proud member of Blue Star Theatres, Center Stage is offering discounts on admission to military personnel and vets to their shows on Veteran’s Day, so if you haven’t tried them out yet, now would be an excellent time to do so!

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Joel Furches is a freelance writer and researcher for The Examiner and Logos Software, and also manages his own catalog of writing on Hub Pages. Joel is on the board of directors for Ratio Christi. He has a bachelors in Psychology and a Masters in Education.

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