Randallstown is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. It is named after Christopher and Thomas Randall, two 18th-century tavern-keepers. At that time, Randallstown was a tollgate crossroads on the Liberty Turnpike, a major east–west thoroughfare. Today it is a suburb of Baltimore, with a population of 32,430 as of the 2010 census. In the 1990s, Randallstown transitioned to a majority African American community, and is currently notable for its broad ethnic diversity.
Restaurants in Randallstown
4 based on 20 reviews
Horseshoe Casino Baltimore is an urban two-story casino with a 122,000 sq. ft. gaming floor. The multi-million development will feature VLTs, table games and a World Series of Poker room. A 20,000 sq. ft. "Baltimore Marketplace" featuring authentic Charm City food outlets, three premier restaurants, and several bars and lounges will round out the food and beverage offerings.The $400 million development will be located along Russell Street on Baltimore's south side. As an urban casino, it will be designed to maximize connectivity with existing hospitality operators, neighboring professional sports venues M&T Stadium (NFL-Ravens) and Camden Yards (MLB-Orioles) and the city's famed Inner Harbor.
Just not a fun place. Unless you are sitting at the bar you can't get timely drinks wherever you gamble....slots, table games, etc. I don't understand....the drinks are not complimentary. Why wouldn't they hire more waitresses? I believe an hour plus wait for someone to come around is absurd. When you pass by the slot machine area you hardly ever hear
4.5 based on 36 reviews
This area has changed a lot since I went here 40 - 45 years ago!! If I remember right the place got it's name during the Civil War. When Union troops would take some R&R in this area and the "Ladies of the Night" would spend that time with them. Nuff said! Lots of beautiful fauna and a good place for bird watching. There are some rare species of plants to be found here as well. Nice place to enjoy a warm weather day with the family - minus the "Ladies of the Night"!
4.5 based on 97 reviews
It's a nice place to walk your dog, dine ne and just plain relax. There's a Sheraton hotel within the perimeter too.
Unfortunately Howard Hughes corporation wants to destroy the ambience by building 15+ story buildings in a small area knowing there won't be enoug parking spaces and destroying the area.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
This is a great little park with the lake that has a walking trail all the way around. There are picnic shelters, volleyball courts, a Children’s play area and many other things to keep you busy.Be warned that on a nice sunny spring or summer day at the weekend, it can be tough to find parking. The walking trail around round Lake is 2.4 miles and if you add in some of the other additional trails, you can get close to 3 miles. In summertime, you can rent boats and kayaks.
5 based on 2 reviews
We previously hiked the Daniels ghost town "trail" and visited the church ruins in February 2016, and we recently returned in August 2016. Unlike Daniels' ghost town, the mid summer overgrowth from the forest does not eclipse the church ruins...although you need to know where to look and what you are looking for.
The church ruins are located off a barely visible trail, which is located immediately before Daniels' ghost town to the north of the main trail/road. The cemetery is located immediately north (away from the river) of the church ruins, and contains over two dozen eerie looking graves.
I highly recommend taking the side trail to see these church ruins, which are very pronounced in the late fall through early Spring, but still visible in the summer.
4.5 based on 214 reviews
You can spend all day on the trails out here, but I would download the AllTrails app so you can keep track of where you are. We got hiking on a trail and did not realize that it was a 6 mile trail before it connected with another one. There were lots of bikers on the trails, most of them are narrow so you will have to move over when bikers are coming through. Trails are well marked on the trees, but since these trails are so long, I would never do this on my own.
Unfortunately, there is an entry fee per person to come to the park – fee includes weekends and holidays
5 based on 16 reviews
We visited the museum while walking on the #9 Trolley Trail from Ellicott CIty. It is a great little museum focusing on local history and Benjamin Banneker's life.
5 based on 1 reviews
An interactive culinary company specializing in hands-on cooking classes, corporate team building, and catering.
Friendliness of staff, quality of fresh cooked food, cleanliness and superb WiFi! Drinks excellent as is entertainment but not pushy, even in day. Live music in restaurant tonight, brilliant. Boring food???? That’s because everything you want is always available!! Superb selection! Pool bar excellent too, breakfast can be had till 12 there then refresh for lunch. If you want prime position yes limited for sunloungers but hundreds available on many terraced levels. Grounds beautifully kept. So cheap buses and trams to Santa Cruz, La Laguna and the so so pretty Candelaria. All I can say? Thank you for such an amazing time and value for money
5 based on 4 reviews
One of major league baseball's newest stadiums, the Orioles' home field has the intimate feel and charm of an old-fashioned park.
We didn't realize our trip to Baltimore coincided with opening day. We managed to buy tickets online the night before and attend the Orioles season opener. What a great experience we had at this beautiful ballpark.
We had a problem with one of our tickets not scanning at the gate. A staff person walked us over to the ticket office and helped get it straightened out, then walked us back through security to be sure we were good.
5 based on 1 reviews
Yesterday, we were invited to The Walters Museum to see our grand-daughter’s art work that was being displayed as part of the Baltimore County Public School Student Art Exhibition. We were thrilled – this is the second time her artwork has been selected to hang at The Walters Museum. We were indeed very proud grandparents!
In addition, we took the time to walk thru and enjoy From Rye to Raphael: The Walters Story. This exhibit tells the story about the Walters family gift of art to Baltimore. We viewed 200 works, plus family photographs and historic material taken from the archives.
We were thrilled to see the exhibition: Fabergé and the Russian Crafts Tradition: An Empire’s Legacy. Faberge was a jeweler and goldsmith to the Russian imperial court. Like everyone, we were so taken with the intricate details that went into making a Faberge egg. In addition to creating the most beautiful eggs, Faberge also made rich colored enamels, gold and silver vessels, stunning jewelry and icons. He and his team embodied talent.
The museum is free and wheel chair accessible.
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