Owings Mills is an unincorporated community of about 31,000 people (2010) in Baltimore County, Maryland. Owings Mills is home to around a dozen major shopping centers and numerous office buildings.
Owings Mills is named after Samuel Owings. It was once a farming community but now hosts a myriad of developments and shopping centers.
Owings Mills can be reached by Interstate 795, which is exit 19 off Interstate 695. From I-795, take exit 4 to reach many points in Owings Mills.
It can also be reached via a subway system which drops right near the mall. But once in the area, a car is necessary.
The main roads in Owings Mills are Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills Boulevard, Painters Mill Road, McDonough Road, Greenspring Valley Road.
The Baltimore Metro Subway has a final destination of Owings Mills. From here, it is about a 15-minute walk to Owings Mills Mall. Bus line nos. 56 and 59, which run frequently, can take you directly to the mall, or to points on Reisterstown Road, but a vehicle is necessary to reach most points of interest
- 1 Irvine Nature Center, 11201 Garrison Forest Road, ☏ . Daily 9AM-5PM. A nature center set on 210 acres (0.85 km²) of land in the Caves Valley Historic District. It has a green exhibit hall and 6 mi (10 km) of trails. Free.
- 1 Mill Station (formerly Owings Mills Mall), 10300 Mill Run Circle. Mill Station was built to replace Owings Mills Mall in 2019. It is anchored by Costco, Lowe's, and Dick's Sporting Goods. About 30 shops.
- Metro Centre at Owings Mills, 10200 Grand Central Avenue Get (between the Owings Mills Metro Station and Mill Station).
Owings Mills Restaurant Park, next to the mall, is a collection of five sit-down restaurants such as Red Lobster and the Olive Garden.
Metro Centre at Owings Mills offers several chain restaurants
- World of Beer, Metro Centre at Owings Mills. M-Th noon-midnight, F noon-1AM, Sa 11AM-1AM, Su 11AM-11PM.
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