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
Located within the Security Square Mall and part of the AMC Theatres chain, this cinema is popular among both movie enthusiasts and shopaholics visiting the mall. Parking, disabled access and listening devices are available here. Eight screens offer you a variety of the latest Hollywood releases, so there is always a movie that you will like. Call for details on show timings and rates.
One of the well-maintained facilities on the campus of University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Retriever Activities Center is a multi-purpose sports facility. Comprising an arena and a recreation gym, this facility plays an important role in the student life, providing much needed physical recreation and exercise. The arena is also the home ground of UMBC Retrievers basketball team. See the website or call to know more.
The name of this cinema is quite descriptive—it has four screens, which showcase the latest Hollywood blockbusters. Though it is rather small and is in an inconvenient location, you might consider watching a flick if you are here for some work with some hours to spare. There is a game room too, so you can chill out as you play some video games. Listening devices and handicap access are available as well. Call for details on show times, rates and schedules.
Playing to a par of 71 and sharing a modern practice facility with The Woodlands, Diamond Ridge has been an extremely popular golf course for the last 30 years. The pristine fairways offer guests distinct and challenging nines. Amenities include a certified Ping custom club-fitting station, two large practice putting greens along with a chipping area and practice bunkers, and more.
Gentlemen Ten is reminiscent of many a underground club across the globe giving impetus to either up and coming bands for producers to scout or talented artists unable to get that big break. Nevertheless, a rusty ambiance with dim lighting, lots of beer, mosh pits and head-banging are assured as bands come in and give it their all for the audiences. Attend a gig - you might catch a tomorrow's star at his raw best without him throwing any celebrity tantrums.
A premier athletics and recreational facility on the campus of Coppin State University, the simply named Physical Education Complex plays a valuable role in the campus life here. Opened in 2009, this well-equipped facility boasts a basketball arena, an outdoor track, a swimming pool, a gymnasium, multi-purpose rooms, and much more. The basketball arena here is home to the university's Eagles basketball teams and has a capacity for 4100 spectators. See the website or call to know more.
Howard County's only professional chamber orchestra. Providing classical music of exceptional quality in the splendid acoustics of the historic St. John's Episcopal Church.
Pimlico is one of the country's most premier horse racing venues. They have a total seating capacity of 13,786. With standing room and infield taken into account, they can accommodate approximately 98,983. Up to 800 horses can be stabled at the course at one time.
Eutaw Place in Beth Am Synagogue is a music haven for both musicians and music aficionados. This cozy space is always buzzing with the best of local, regional and national talent. From singers to songwriters and talented bands, Eutaw Place offers affordable shows for everyone. Sip on a beer or coffee along with some home baked goodies and enjoy the live music that will definitely set your feet tapping.
Home of the Baltimore Ravens, the M&T Bank Stadium is relatively new and boasts over 100 luxury suites on two levels, 8,196 club seats, and the Budweiser Backyard Bash, where fans can watch pre and post game shows on big screen TVs. The stadium has a capacity of 69,084.
Opened in 1992, this baseball stadium incorporates the old Baltimore & Ohio RR Warehouse building into its asymmetrical design. The home plate and right field foul pole came from the old Memorial Stadium, former home of the Orioles. Ninety-minute tours are given on weekday mornings as long as there isn't an afternoon game. If the O's are in town be sure to grab a ticket, as seeing a game here is a real treat!
Majority of the shows at Arena Players tackle issues which generally are under the carpet. The theater takes responsibility to bring matters such as AIDS, racism, politics and religion into public forefront through a medium of art. Not to mention, the 300 seat venue is bound to have many uncomfortable vibes while the audiences view the performances. Prices for the plays vary as per adults and children (if the play is deemed suitable for them). Students get a considerable concession as well.