Gambrills refers to two neighboring places in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, in the Baltimore metro area: the unincorporated community of Gambrills, and the Gambrills census-designated place (CDP). The original community of Gambrills is now part of the Odenton CDP, while the Gambrills CDP lies to the northeast of the original community. The area was named for Augustine Gambrill, plantation owner. The population of the CDP was 2,800 at the 2010 census, up from 1,759 in 2000. Gambrills is served by MARC, the Maryland commuter rail service. There is a busy MARC station in the neighboring town of Odenton, with regular rail service to Baltimore and Washington, DC.
Restaurants in Gambrills
4 based on 454 reviews
we have been here before on vacation. so we decided to go again since it has been about 4 years. this place has gone downhill. the food was cold they only thing that came out hot was the potato. the show was boring. I have...MoreHello, We are sorry to hear that your last visit did not give you the WOW experience we strive for. Please feel free to contact us to discuss further via email ([email protected]) or by phone (443) 755-0011.
4 based on 173 reviews
And there are long lines for ATMs that have $5 fees to use.
Only other tip is when you first walk in grab the schedule and spend 15 minutes reviewing the shows and map out an agenda.
Don't miss the wheel of death and the jousting show and arrive 30 mins early to get seats for jousting show.
5 based on 10 reviews
Minutes away from Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC. Tour Annapolis and overfly sailboats in the Chesapeake Bay, or buzz Ravens and Orioles stadiums on our Baltimore Tours - It's the most exciting Baltimore Inner Harbor tour, or a great way to tour the US Naval Academy in Annapolis. We can arrange custom tours to suit your interests, and be sure to watch our website for seasonal and specialty flights, Annapolis Events and Baltimore Events. Summers find us flying the Baltimore Sailabration, the Annapolis Boat Shows, and flights over the Annapolis Yacht Club Wednesday Night Sailboat Races. In fall it's the Raven's Tailgate Party flights and Leaf Peeper Tours, and by Winter we're gearing up for our very popular Holiday Lights tours. Offering custom tours, romantic sunset flights, and family entertainment. We have a 100% "YES!" rate for marriage proposals. Invite us to your next party, event, or fundraiser. Easy to schedule, you're just a click or call away from high flying FUN! We fly by appointment only, but are open 7 days a week, and can often accommodate even LAST MINUTE tours - just give us a call! Learn to fly in our newly overhauled R22 Beta II, with the option of transitioning to our R44. We offer helicopter Instrument Simulator instruction, too! Our students gain real life flying experience in complex airspace, preparing them for their careers.
A sightseeing trip with Monumental qualifies as a must-do way for a visitor or local too see the Baltimore area. We did a 30-minute tour of Baltimore - saw Fort McHenry, the harbor, the stadiums, the airport, and the entire downtown area. I'll definitely be...MoreWe had fun flying with you too! Looking forward to seeing you again to fly our DC & Annapolis Helicopter tours.
4 based on 18 reviews
Easy access, well maintained park. Helpful efficient staff. A bit expensive, we tend to splurge on larger ticket packages. Only drag is its only 1 loop at a time, requiring a virtual stop to hand off the ticket for the next lap. But the staff is quite good at grabbing on the go.
4.5 based on 132 reviews
Vino 301 Wine Concierge offers memorable and fun wine tasting tours in Maryland. We introduce you to Maryland’s vineyards. Our knowledgeable Tour Ambassadors take you on a wonderful journey through Maryland's wine regions. Vino 301 Wine Concierge takes care all the details, transport you to and from the vineyards, so you can have a carefree and enjoyable day!
Leslie (the owner of Vino 301 and tour operator) is an amazing and knowledgeable wine/tourism profession!
I brought a group of wine content creators (writers, content creators, social media personalities) out on a day of wine tasting c/o Wine Trail Adventures. Leslie shared great tips about the surrounding wineries and tips even I didn’t know! Despite the gloomy weather, Leslie was there with a smile and a goodie bag of wine glasses and bottles of water! Both smart and fun!
We visited Black Ankle and Hidden Hills Winery. One of the distinct advantages of taking a wine tour rather than going on your own is to have the testing set up tailored to your group. Because Leslie knew we were a group of knowledgeable wine lovers, she set up had an amazing and more advanced-like tasting from both wineries.
Thank you for the experience and the attention to detail to all the people at Vino 301! Happy to always tour with you guys!
3.5 based on 12 reviews
We joined some friends who have a holiday tradition of bowling on Christmas Day. Girls versus the boys style. Greenway Bowl advertised $19.95 for all you could bowl in X-Mas so we decided to come here.
The lanes had not been polished and the floor was sticky. The staff was helpful and cleaned the floor to assist us from sticking as we attempted to bowl. The lanes are updated with newer technology but still had ball problems.
My biggest complaint is about the service at the food stand. There was one older lady working and obviously she did not want to be there on Christmas Day. She had a terrible attitude and seemed as if she was being inconvenienced when we ordered something. As we were there all afternoon, the more we came to order the more the huffs and puffs came with every visit.
She had a terrible bauhumbug attitude.
5 based on 19 reviews
We live 6 miles away and had never been to this park before, I thought it was mostly for kids. But boy was I wrong! It has something for everybody! Tons of fields and picnic tables to sit down and have a meal. Tons to see - some old equipment, farm animals, Kinder family's house, little garden... We took the Perimeter trail and saw 4 groundhogs, 3 rabbits, a toad, and a lot of birds on the way. It is just a perfect place to be, so beautiful and peaceful, and I was happy to see a lot of animal-loving people pointing to us where we could see some of the animals they liked.
The entrance fee is $6 per car, but if you have a pass from Quiet Waters park or Kinder Farm park ($40 a year), then you can enter for free. It is definitely worth the $6, of course! Highly recommend. This park has a full bathroom, not just Johns.
4 based on 411 reviews
Arundel Mills is the largest outlet shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Maryland. With more than 200 stores including Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue Off Fifth, Pink, Lego and The Disney Store, Arundel Mills has everything you need.
We came from Minnesota to play at Maryland Live casino. We were pleasantly surprised at the Arundel Mills mall that is adjacent to the casino. My wife enjoyed shopping at the Coach and Michael Kors stores. We bought our daughter a gift at the Lego shop. And, we enjoyed eating at Zinburger. A lot of malls seem to be dying these days, but this one is full and vibrant. If you're looking for something a little slower pace I suggest Marley Station Mall in Glen Burie.
4.5 based on 55 reviews
We took the behind the scenes tour, which takes you to the attic, cellars, and hidden staircases. Somewhat challenging. Very knowledgeable guide who had lived at this pre-revolutionary war dwelling. House has been expanded, updated, and hosted a lot of interesting folk. See the vault in the basement.
Good place to visit during normal hours as well, particularly during the Holidays.
4.5 based on 103 reviews
Great place to walk, sit, and take pictures. There are plenty of free parking. A little something for everyone. Nice sized soccer fields, baseball fields and 3/4 mile walking loop. There are basketball courts, skate park and huge play ground. You can fish in the summer or your can rent a area for a cookout. July 4th is always packed and they have a huge fireworks display.
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