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Savage, MD Tourism & Attactions

If you are thinking of visiting Savage, being for DINING, TOWNS HISTORY or our selection of ANTIQUE SHOPS, then plan your trip by visiting one of the below links. To Explore More of Maryland please visit ExploreMD.us

Historic Savage Mill
8600 Foundry Street
Savage, MD 20763
Tel: 800.788.6455

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Historic Savage Mill Ghost Tours

Historic Savage Mill is a 19th century textile mill between Baltimore, Maryland and Washington DC. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Savage Mill has been restored and adapted to become the region’s most unique home design and arts/craft retail center. 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, banquet facilities and even an authentic French bakery.



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Spinning
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Carding
Spinning Old Weave New Weave Carding


The Castle Bed & Breakfast
15925 Mt. Savage Road
Mt. Savage, MD 21545
Tel: 301.264.4645

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The Castle Bed & Breakfast

In 1840, The Castle began its life as a plain, yet substantial, stone house built by the Union Mining Company. Just before the turn of the century, the house was purchased by a young entrepeneur from Scotland, Andrew Ramsay. Ramsay was the owner of the Mt. Savage Enameled Brickworks Company which was enormously successful in producing a special colored, glazed brick that was highly sought after for its smooth, bright, easily cleaned surface.

Mr. Ramsay used his new found wealth to convert the stone house into a replica of Craig Castle, which he had seen near his home in Scotland. Large verandahs and terraces of glazed tile were constructed around the house. Ramsay also added an entire third floor and a kitchen-library wing which almost doubled the size of the home.



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Bollman Truss
Terrapin Adverntures
Historic Savage Mill
Bollman Truss Railroad Bridge
The Bollman Truss Railroad Bridge at Savage, Maryland is the sole surviving example of a revolutionary design in the history of American engineering. more
Terrapin Adverntures
Terrapin Adventures (TA) is all about fun! We have created a new realm of adventure with only wood, rope and cable. We are on the cutting edge. more
Historic Savage Mill
Historic Savage Mill is a 19th century textile mill between Baltimore, Maryland and Washington DC. Listed on the Register of Historic Places. more

AccessDNR – Our New Official Mobile App
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AccessDNR is the official app from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources for the State's outdoor enthusiasts. Whether you want to visit a State Park, hunt or fish, explore waterways by boat or kayak, or simply watch wildlife, the AccessDNR app provides all the information and services you need on the go.

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Features Include:

  • Maps & directions to Maryland State Parks, trails, Wildlife Management Areas, boat launches & water access sites
  • Maryland State Park activities and amenities by location
  • Hunting season information by date
  • An option for hunters to report their harvest directly to DNR
  • A location-based sunrise/sunset display
  • Trophy Case, where hunters can upload harvest photos and share through Facebook, Twitter or by email
  • Maryland fish and shellfish identifier
  • Tide time tables and state fish record information
  • Hunting, fishing and boating regulation guides
  • Breaking DNR news and alerts

The app requires data access for some features.

Download the free mobile app now

Android App on Google Play icon links to app.

Links to iPhone App store 

The mobile apps were developed at no charge for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources by NIC Inc., through the self-funded eGovernment services contract with the State Department of Information Technology (DoIT).


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