5801 Baltimore National Pike
Catonsville, MD 21228
Phone: (410) 744-5000
Fax: (410) 788-5197
5801 Baltimore National Pike, Catonsville, MD, US, 21228
- Phone: (410) 744-5000
- Fax: (410) 788-5197
The Gothic Revival style church was erected in 1849. German Lutheran settlers established this Lutheran church. It also featured in the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 and has an adjoining cemetery.
The St. Mary’s Episcopal Church, or the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, is a historic church located in Woodlawn, Maryland. This church was built in 1873 in the Carpenter Gothic style by Dixon and Carson. The structure has a steep gable roof, a gabled porch, a bell tower and lancet windows. The church building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1985.
The University of Maryland Baltimore County is more commonly known as UMBC. It specializes in the natural sciences and engineering, also offering a significant piece of the pie to the liberal arts. The University is supposedly among the top three Ph.D-granting universities in the United States in the production of IT degrees at the undergraduate, master's and doctoral levels. Also home to the Meyerhoff Scholarship Program, which is a program focused on the cultivation of underrepresented minority scholarship and awareness in the math, science and engineering disciplines.
State park that encompasses 14,000 acres and five developed recreational areas. Recreational activities include hiking, fishing, camping, canoeing, horseback and mountain bike trails, as well as picnicking for individuals or large groups in the park's many popular pavilions.
Known earlier as the Walbrook Uniform Services Academy, Walbrook High School was founded in 1971. The school not only concentrates on academics but also on the extra curricular activities. The school has a nationally recognized debate team and a basketball team. The Walbrook campus houses a gym and cafeteria.
1837 girls' school built on land donated by the Ellicott brothers, now is on stabilized ruins. The building is the focal point for a park for lovers of historical interpretations, archaeology, concerts, plays and other fine activities.
The Walter Omar Mosque is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. The mosque has selected time schedules for their daily prayers. Congregations of prayer meetings and celebrations of rituals and festivals are held here. This is a place where people come and bond with each other, and the younger generation gets acquainted with their values and customs.
Interesting exhibits, as well as classes and work shops are featured here where artists can work and teach in a low-cost stable environment, and community arts organizations can establish themselves.
The Lansdowne Christian Church, also known as the Hull Memorial is a historic church near Baltimore, Maryland. Built in 1903 by Reeser, Lewis & Sons, the church features some beautiful Gothic church style architecture, along with ornate stained glass windows. The structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1977 and also to the Maryland’s Civil War Trail in 2004. Today, the church is a hub of cultural activities and events involving the entire community.
The Mount Lebanon Baptist Church in Baltimore is one that is really awe-inspiring, in the sense that they will have a ministry catering to you no matter who you are. Their programs range from culinary to youth and education to marketing and the list goes on. The church holds Prayer and Praise sessions which are open to all. Also, the church conducts events like choral recitals and cultural arts events.
At the behest of the Ecclesiological Society, St. Lukes Church was established in the year 1857. You'll find the influence of Gothic architecture in the structure, as the society believed that worship was conducive only in such an environment. The first service began in November 1853. Since then this place has continued to be the venue for Episcopal meetings. If not, the service people do come to admire the beautiful features such as the tower, lancet and rose windows, buttresses and quatrefoil tracery.
The intriguing, odd-shaped glass building at the entrance to Baltimore's lovely Druid Hill Park is The Conservatory. The Victorian-era building has grown from its original 1888 Palm House to include four greenhouses and outdoor gardens. The Conservatory continually showcases plants from around the globe and offers special seasonal floral displays. The Conservatory offers a nice respite from a busy and probably noisy day at the nearby Baltimore Zoo, also located in Druid Hill Park.