The holidays in Baltimore are filled with music, lights, entertainment, and events for the entire family. To fully enjoy the season ahead, now is the time to take care of more routine issues. Making sure you get Toyota service in Baltimore prior to heading out for holiday festivities will not only make sure your car is ready for the colder weather but will give you peace of mind for the season.
If you are making plans for the holidays, here are some local events you may want to include.
Ice Skating at Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
Teach the kids how to ice skate or schedule a date night at the Top of the Amphitheater, Inner Harbor between the Harborplace Pavilions. Skating is open daily from November 10, 2017 thru January 15, 2018.
Visit German Christmas Village
The Inner Harbor’s West Shore Park is transformed into a European-style winter wonderland from Thanksgiving through Christmas Eve. A large heated tent and a giant Christmas Tree serve as the centerpiece of the village with almost four dozen vendors selling their quality arts and crafts from throughout the world. It’s an excellent way to get into the spirit while finding unique gifts.
A Carroll’s Christmas
Experience an old-fashioned Colonial-style Christmas with the Carroll family at the Mount Clare Museum House. The museum is decorated in 18 th and 19 th -century greenery and other natural materials like pine cones, feathers, and nuts. Take a holiday trip back in time from November 17 th through December 31, 2017.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer in 4-D at The National Aquarium
Enter the Aquarium’s 4-D Immersion Theater and experience this classic tale in an exciting new way. High-tech 4-D combines a high definition 3-D movie with additional sensory effects that are built into the seats and the surrounding environment. It’s an amazing experience!
Annual Mayor’s Christmas Parade
This years traditional Christmas Parade is scheduled for Sunday, December 3 rd stepping off at 1:00 pm. The 2.5-mile route will include over 160 units including floats, local personalities, marching bands, over 100 Harley Davidson motorcycles, and more. In 2016, it was estimated over 25,000 people attended the annual parade.
Of course, many families will also schedule time to climb into the car and head out to view the area’s Christmas light displays. The Baltimore area is full of residential and commercial displays to enhance your enjoyment of the season. Many have made such light tours part of their family tradition. To make sure your car is ready for the season schedule Toyota service in Baltimore today.