Druid Hill Park


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Druid Hill Park

Address:3100 Swann Dr
Baltimore, MD 21217

Phone:410-396-7900
Fax:410-396-7038
Size: 649 acres.
Location:Off I-83, Exit 7.
Facilities:Picnic area, pools, trails, city farm, conservatory, historical site, playground, sports courts, ball fields, scenic viewpoints.
Activities:Swimming, hiking, bicycling, tennis, basketball, football, soccer, baseball, softball.
Special Features:Park features several historic structures including Orem's Way Station (1864), entrance gates at Madison Avenue (1867-68), Chinese Pagoda (1865), and the Conservatory (1888). Baltimore Zoo is located here; its 180-acre wooded setting is home to more than 2,000 exotic mammals, birds, and reptiles.

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