Maryland February 14, 2016
10 Retro Places In Maryland That Will Take You Back In Time
Maryland has so many attractions and places to visit, sometimes it’s hard to choose where to go. If you’re ever in the mood for some place nostalgic, this list is for you! The following retro places in Maryland will take you on a trip down memory lane, and are tons of fun.
1. Laurel Roller Skating Center, Laurel
Throw it back to the times of disco divas at
Laurel Roller Skating Center
. Dust off those bell bottoms because this place is full of nostalgic fun.
2. Time Warp Media, Ellicott City
Time Warp Media
in Ellicott City for your vintage video game needs. They have all the old school games for the gamer in you.
3. Geppi's Entertainment Museum, Baltimore
So much comic book memorabilia, so little time!
Geppi's Entertainment Museum
in Baltimore is a very interesting place to explore, full of the history of entertainment and all things geek.
4. Cotton Geatzs Restaurant, Cumberland
This Cumberland restaurant is the oldest family-owned restaurant in Maryland! Going on 135 years, this is a neat piece of history with delicious food. Visit their website
5. Benjie's Drive-In Theater, Baltimore
Benjie's Drive-In Theater
is currently celebrating their 61st season of continuous operation. Located in Baltimore, it's the perfect place to watch an old flick while munching on popcorn from the comfort of your car.
6. Barbara Fritchie Restaurant, Frederick
7. Toy Town Antiques & More, Berlin
Located in Berlin,
Toy Town Antiques
makes you remember all those old toys you used to play with. From action figures, to puppets, to pin ball machines, this place is full of fun (and maybe weird) memories.
8. Easton Bowling Center, Easton
There are quite a few bowling alleys left in Maryland but
Easton Bowling Center
gives off a truly retro vibe. Check them out and have a ball!
9. Chick & Ruth's Delly, Annapolis
There's almost always a crowd at
Chick & Ruth's Delly
, and for good reason. Their food is delectable. Make sure to try their ginormous old fashioned milkshakes!
10. Dumser's Dairyland, Ocean City
has a few locations in Ocean City. Their history began in 1939 and their frozen treats are still going strong.
Are there any places you would add to the list? Share your thoughts in the comments!