Attractions Around Town
Attractions Around Town

Bel Air Visitors Center

37 N. Main St.
Located inside the historic, castle-like Bel Air Reckord Armory, the center offers information on activities, special events, shopping, lodging and restaurants, plus local and regional attractions. Local merchant goods and Bel Air themed gift items are available.


Bel Air Farmers' Market

Area farmers and vendors offer the freshest produce, herbs, baked goods, honey, nursery stock and flowers. Saturdays, 7-11am, Located at 2 S. Bond Street in the Mary Risteau Courthouse Parking Lot, April - November

410-638-4540 | Visit Website

Center for Visual & Performing Arts

This non-profit organization presents musical performances, art exhibits, ballet and original theater productions in various Harford County venues throughout the year. Future construction will provide a permanent center for music, dance, theater, literary and visual arts pursuits.

410-838-2177 | Visit Website

Historic Hays House

324 Kenmore Ave.
A tour of Bel Air’s oldest home, built in 1788, provides insights into the social, cultural, economic, and practical aspects of the daily life of rural gentry in the area. Changing exhibits, period musical performances and living history events take place throughout the year.

410-838-1213 | Visit Website

Historical Society of Harford County

143 N. Main St.
The Historical Society of Harford County is an important resource center for historical and genealogical research, housing a library and archives of maps, plats, photographs and 1800s newspapers. It also hosts changing exhibits of local and regional historical interest.

410-838-7691 | Visit Website

Liriodendron Mansion

502 W. Gordon St.
The historic 1898 summer home of Johns Hopkins Hospital founder Dr. Howard Kelly is open for tours and hosts art exhibits and musical performances. Its grandeur and idyllic setting make it a popular site for weddings and conferences.

410-838-3942 or 410-879-4424 | Visit Website

MA & PA Railroad Heritage Trail

This scenic hiker, biker and equestrian trail connects Heavenly Waters Park in Bel Air to Friends Park in Forest Hill. Its meandering course traces part of the former route of the Maryland and Pennsylvania (“Ma & Pa”) Railroad.

410-638-4550 | Visit Website

Main St. Market

Office Street
Painted furniture, antiques, hand-made items, jewlery, re-purposed pieces, vintage linens, vintage clothing, art, gardening/floral & more.
Third Sunday, 11am-3pm, May - October

443-823-1797 | Visit Website

Rockfield Manor

501 Churchville Rd.
The manor house, garden and barn may be rented for meetings, weddings and more. The surrounding public park includes hiking trails, horticultural gardens, a playground and playing fields. Rockfield Manor hosts events throughout the year, including the Bel Air Twilight Farmers Markets in summer and the Bel Air Wine Festival in autumn.

410-638-4565 | Visit Website


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