Over 150 Years of His
Parts of Lutherville actually date as far back as 1852, when two Lutheran ministers founded it as a planned community. They created a Lutheran church and seminary, and then decided to name the town they created after Martin Luther. Today, nearly all of the original structures built during this time are still standing and have a place on the National Register of Historic Places. This includes the original St. Paul's Lutheran Church from 1856, St. John's Methodist Church that was built in 1869, and Oak Grove, which was the home of Lutherville founder John Morris built in 1852.
Maryland State Fair
Ever since 1878, the Maryland State Fair has made its home in Lutherville. Currently, the grounds comprise over 100 acres, which allows the fair to squeeze tons of live entertainment and attractions. The fair takes place for 11 days each year from the end of the August till the beginning of September. Attractions featured at the fair include carnival rides, big name concerts, animal shows, and lots of contests. With past artists such as Carly Rae Jepsen and Fall Out Boy performing at this festival, you will want to make sure to get your ticket early.
Get a Hole in One at
Home to several PGA and LPGA Tournaments like the Eastern Open and the Greater Baltimore Golf Classic, the Pine Ridge Golf Course is quite impressive. Located on the edge of the Loch Raven Reservoir, this course features highly wooded holes known for their abundant wildlife. From geese to deer, golfers are practically guaranteed to see some of the animals that choose to call this golf course home. In addition to the 18-hole course, Pine Ridge also features a 45-station lighted driving range. So golfers can practice their swing and work on their games both day and night.