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Randallstown, MD

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As a Suburb of Baltimore, Randallstown is home to a diverse population. The unincorporated community was founded in the 18th century and saw rapid growth due to the tollgate crossroads on the Liberty Turnpike. Along with the location of the Choate House, which is on the National Register of Historic Places last, the city offers plenty of shopping, business, and lodging options for its diverse population. You can find quaint, peaceful living in the historical area of Randallstown.

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As one of the largest community centers in Baltimore County, the Randallstown Community Center offers various activities to help get those of all ages involved in local activity. Covering over 58,000 square feet, the center is home to many amenities including three basketball courts, volleyball courts, and an indoor track. A 300-seat performance hall is also located within the center, as concerts and plays are held here several times throughout the year. If you are looking to participate in arts classes, educational courses, or use computers, the center has all of these available as well.

American Visionary Ar

You will not have to travel far to experience culture and arts in Randallstown. The American Visionary Art Museum is just a short drive from downtown and provides entertainment for the whole family. With works from hundreds of visionary artists, the museum covers over 67,000 square feet. Around 4,000 pieces are on display and the campus includes a beautiful garden and diner. Another place to view exceptional art is the Baltimore Museum of Art, home to a large collection of 19th century pieces. Some of the artists featured are Gauguin, van Gogh, and Renoir.

Randallstown Parks

If nature is what you love, you can enjoy one of the many parks located in Randallstown. Scotts Level Park offers guests picnic areas, playgrounds, and basketball courts so that there is plenty for the entire family to enjoy. The other parks in the area include Crown Estate Park and Carriage Hills Park. Both parks have amenities for both young and old, including walking areas, play areas, and picnic tables. A visit to one of the parks in the city is a great way to get away from the hustle and bustle of the real life and just relax.