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Best things to do in Savage

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Shopping Centre
“In the 1800’s canvas was produced at this historic mill and was used in making sails for clipper ships that sailed in and out of Baltimore Harbor as well as for tents, cannon covers and other supplies for Civil War armies; painted backdrops for Hollywood’s first silent movies, and canvas cots, truck covers and transport bags used by U.S. soldiers in Europe during both World Wars I and II. The Winer family bought the mill in 1950 and it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974. The historic complex of buildings with over 175,000 square feet is now home to major collector quality antique centers, home furnishing stores, craft galleries, artist studios, specialty shops, destination restaurants and banquet facilities. (12.8 miles from our location)”
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Bar
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“Love the food and scenery at this place. Take some time to check out the old mill shops.”
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Point of Interest
“Adventure activities, such as climbing wall, zip lines, and high adventure activities. Different difficulty levels for different ages.”
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Arcade
“My kids love sky zone it's very fun Great staff very friendly place It's very good place for the whole family to enjoy there self and good workout”
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Brewery
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“Has many great reviews. Hours Monday:Closed Tuesday:Closed, Wednesday:11:00am - 10:00pm, Thursday:11:00am - 10:00pm Friday:11:00am - 11:00pm Saturday:11:00am - 11:00pm Sunday:11:00am - 8:00pm”
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Route
“Historic mill converted into shopping and dining with lots of unique artisan shops”
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Park
“Savage Park offers many opportunities for discovering wildlife, wildflowers and natural history along 2.8 miles of interconnecting trails, including links to Patuxent Branch Trail and Lake Elkhorn. The Savage Loop Trail offers different lengths and terrains for hikers and bikers of various skill levels. The park environment offers an abundance of recreational areas such as 5 ball diamonds (permit use only); 2 basketball courts; 2 horseshoe pits; a picnic pavilion available on a first-come-first-served basis, unless reserved; 4 lighted tennis courts, 2 volleyball courts, a playground and restroom facilities. The Park is open from 7 AM to dusk, or as posted. Park regulations prohibit hunting, firearms, swimming and alcoholic beverages (unless consumed in a rented pavilion). Leashed pets are allowed in the park but not in picnic or sports areas. Howard County law requires owners to clean up after their pets. Park Rangers are on patrol. (12.7 miles from our location)”
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Pharmacy
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Food
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Bus Station
“This cute little shopping mall is filled with unique small businesses. Everything from antiques to board games to vintage clothing, plus a fun bakery to check out.”
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Restaurant
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Historic Site
“This preserved old mill has many, many antiques, arts, and craft stores. Restaurants too. There is a game store solely devoted to board games and all kinds of unusual games. Artist's there too!”
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Store
“The Queens Ink is a charming shop chock full of crafting supplies. They have classes too. Let your imagination soar! It is part of the Savage Mill. Parking right outside so you can buy what you need and bring it right out to your car! ”
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Shopping Centre
“Has everything from Nordstom's and Lord and Taylor to Penny's and Sears. PF Changs. Cheesecake Factory. Theatres. Hundred's of stores. ”
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