Towson, Maryland may not be as large as it’s neighbor Baltimore, not even close, but there are tons of things to do. Towson is known as a shopping hub, and it is also known for being the birthplace of quite a few famous people, including Michael Phelps and Spiro Agnew. Follow me as I show you around to some of the top attractions in Towson, Maryland.
The Hampton National Historic Site is the top ranked attraction in Towson, Maryland. It is located on Hampton Lane, and you do have a tour guide showing you the ice house and the old slave quarters. The National Park Service runs the place, the estate is quite large, 60+ acres. Now let’s get to the next top ranked attraction in Towson, Maryland.
Cinemark Towson is the place, and it is located on E Joppa Road. Would you have guessed that the movie theater was the second ranked attraction? It is a small city, but this is a nice theater. There are plenty of other things to see and do, depending on what you like. Remember that Towson is known as a shopping hub. Enjoy your movie, and then it is time to head on over to the Towson Town Center.
The Towson Town Center is located on Dulaney Valley Road, and it is the shopping experience you have been looking for. You will see all the stores in this big mall. Once you have shopped till you drop, it might be time to call it a day. Of course you need to hit up one of the great restaurants in Towson. There is also a good food court in the mall according to the reviews.
Whether or not you keep going that same day, there are more attractions to see. We will get to more in another article, but we can cover one more now, too. That attraction is Johnny Unitas Stadium, and it is located on Osler Drive. Catch a football game there if it is during the season. As mentioned, you will find many more places to explore in Towson. As a matter of fact, I’m going to take you there so on to the next article. I have already reviewed so restaurants in Towson for your food stops, too. Enjoy those attractions first, and then get ready for some more exploring as you see why people like the city of Towson so much.