Glen Burnie is a census-designated place in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, and a suburb of Baltimore. The Baltimore–Washington International Airport is just to the west of Glen Burnie. The airport Observation Gallery is a fun spot to visit while waiting at the airport and an opportunity to learn a bit about the history of aviation. The North Arundel Aquatic Center is the place where locals and their kids to cool off in the summer or do some swimming exercises any time of the year. Glen Burnie has several large shopping malls including Marley Station Mall. Sawmill Creek Park is a large urban park with a skatepark, trail, several sports fields and courts, picnic areas and creek fishing. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.The Observation Gallery at BWI Marshall
© BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
If you have some time waiting for your connecting flight at the Baltimore/Washington International Airport, stop by the BWI Marshall Airport Observation Gallery. Located on the upper level, next to the B/C security checkpoint, the Observation Gallery displays fascinating objects and exhibits, including a 28-foot tall sounding rocket donated by the NASA and a half-sized model of the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory’s Solar Probe Plus spacecraft. A photo mural near the aircraft cockpit shows what a pilot sees when landing on Runway 33L at the Marshall Airport. Visitors can use binocular viewers to watch airport operations. The Observation Gallery also has kids’ play equipment and a Maryland Youth Art Gallery. There is also a model of Maryland One, the Southwest Airlines specialty aircraft. Sky Azure bistro offers small plates and a selection of local craft beers, international wines, and hand-crafted cocktails.
7050 Friendship Road, Adjacent to B/C Security Checkpoint, Glen Burnie, Maryland
2.North Arundel Aquatic Center
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The North Arundel Aquatic Center is a swimming location in Glen Burnie, Maryland. In its heart is an 8-lane 25 yard competition pool. There is also a leisure pool with zero depth entry, three 20-yard lap lanes and indoor water features. The water features consist of a 134-foot water slide, splash area, water buckets, vortex area, preschool water slide and poolside spa. The Center offers swimming lessons for kids of all ages. The Center has locker rooms with coin-operated lockers. Kids 12-years old and younger must be accompanied by an adult. The Center is open seven days a week.
7888 Crain Hwy, Glen Burnie, MD 21061, Phone: 410-222-0090
3.Marley Station Mall
Marley Station Mall is an indoor shopping mall in Glen Burnie, Maryland opened in 1987, and expanded in 1994 and 1996. The mall’s four anchors are J.C. Penney, Macy's , Golds Gym and Sears. The two-story mall has 120 stores offering the latest fashions, gifts and services. . There is a range of family-style dining that includes Ruby Tuesdays and Sbarro's There is an eight-screen movie theatre Horizon Theaters/Marley Station Movies near the food court. Marley Station Mall is conveniently located on Governor Ritchie Highway in Glen Burnie, with easy access to other communities such as Ferndale, Pasadena, Severna Park and Millersville.
7900 Ritchie Hwy, Glen Burnie, MD 21061
4.Pappas Restaurant and Sports Bar
© Pappas Restaurant and Sports Bar
Established in 1972, Pappas is a family-owned regional chain of restaurants and sport bars in Maryland, known for its ‘world famous crab cakes.’ Pappas specializes in seafood and their crab cakes and steamed crabs are award-winning. Pappas is also famous for shipping anything from their menu country-wide, fresh, never frozen. Each dish is prepared just before being packaged and shipped by FedEx. Pappas Glen Burnie location is a cozy spot with pleasant family atmosphere, plenty of large screen TVs on the walls and a large menu of traditional pub grub, sandwiches, wraps and crabs in all shapes and forms.
6713 Ritchie Hwy, Glen Burnie, MD 21061, Phone: 410-766-3713
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