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Baltimore County surrounds (but doesn't include) the City of Baltimore, in Central Maryland. It is a very populous county, filled with independent suburbs of Baltimore, whose populations surged during the white flight of the 1960s from the city in the face of desegregation and the riots of 1968.

Cities and neighborhoods[edit]

The cities and neighborhoods are organised by their location relative to Baltimore City, in the same way as the city's district-guides. Some neighborhoods outside Baltimore city-limits are covered in the district-guides, those district-guides are linked to here.






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Get in[edit]

The Jones Falls Expy is the principal route into the county, coming south from downtown Baltimore. You can also enter the county by I-83, US-1, and MD-140.

Get around[edit]

The Baltimore Beltway, I-695, is the principal route connecting the various suburbs of Baltimore County.



  • Boordy Vineyards, 12820 Long Green Pike, Hydes MD 21082, +1 410-592-5015. Tasting: M-Sa 10AM-5PM, Su 1-5PM. Tours: 2PM and 3:30PM daily. Boordy was founded in 1945 by Philip Wagner, the editor of the Baltimore Sun. It is Maryland's oldest operating vineyard. There are special events on weekends in the summer, with live music on Saturday nights. Tasting costs $5 to sample 6 wines or $15 for 8 wines in the Landmark Series. Tours included in tasting fee.
  • National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum, 2 Loveton Circle Sparks, MD 21152, +1 410-235-6882 (ext 100), . M-F 9AM to 5 PM. Free admission. Free museum and hall of fame displaying the history of lacrosse with photographs, memorabilia, displays and videos.



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