Founded in 2012, the Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District is where you can enjoy a delicious dinner before catching a traveling Broadway show. It’s about 22 minutes from our Millersville apartments, and there’s always something to discover. Highlights include:
Edgar Allan Poe House
A National Historic Landmark, the Edgar Allan Poe House offers a glimpse into the life of famed poet Edgar Allan Poe. During the self-guided tour, you’ll learn about his life and mysterious death in Baltimore. As you explore, you’ll also see artifacts like his telescope and lap desk. Friendly docents are on hand to answer any questions, and reservations are currently required. For added fun, be sure to check out the events calendar for the latest programs and more.
Built on the site of an 1835 luxury hotel, the Hippodrome Theatre opened as a movie palace that also showcased vaudeville performances. By 1920, it drew around 30,000 people every week. When the Hippodrome closed in 1990, it was downtown Baltimore’s last operating movie theater. It reopened in 2004, and today, it’s where you can watch comedians, dance troupes, Broadway shows, and other performances. You can easily purchase tickets online.
Finally, don’t miss dining at Faidley Seafood. It’s famous for its crab cakes, which are crunchy on the outside and moist on the inside. At the tables, you’ll find locals and visitors alike. Everyone enjoys fast, friendly service, and the restaurant can also ship their crab cakes anywhere in the continental United States. Other offerings include flounder, lobster bisque, and fried clam strips. On the side, try the French fries and coleslaw.
For another neighborhood near Millersville to explore after checking out the Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District, head to Harbor East. It’s where you’ll find fabulous restaurants and more. To call our apartments near Fort Meade, Maryland, home, please contact our leasing team. We’d love to show you around The Elms at Old Mill.Back to all posts