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Make your home in this "Gateway to the Chesapeake Bay" in Harford County, and you'll never get lost again. Strategically located near I-95, this is one of the most well-connected towns in the Baltimore area. While it is the home of tech companies such as Battelle and APG, it's an easy commute to everything else. That might be why many families have decided to make their home in this quiet suburb of Baltimore. It also might be why many businesses with clients in both New York City and Baltimore choose this town to do business in--Aberdeen is right between the Big Apple and the hometown of the Baltimore Orioles.
Speaking of baseball, the first thing you'll want to do after you've moved in your new home, is take the kids out to the (minor league) ball game at Ripken Stadium, owned by yes, the Ripken family, which produced several of baseball's greats, such as Cal Ripken Jr.. Like a soaring home run ball, the stadium is a beauty, too, one of the best minor-league facilities in the nation. So go ahead: cheer on the Aberdeen Ironbirds for a fun day out for the family.
Other facilities that will liven up your weekends include the Aberdeen Festival Park, a space for all your events, plus a few organized by the town or country. Bring a cooler of your best cooking, invite a few friends, and make use of the pavilion. The Festival Park is also home of the Aberdeen Summer Concert series, where local talent can get their big break, and where you can get a great--and free--night out.
Looking for more information about what's happening in the Aberdeen area? Residents are always busy and like to make time to connect with each other. One venue for "connecting," is The Dagger of Harford County, which bills itself as a source of "Local News with an Edge." Here is where you can find local restaurant reviews, along with some good-natured griping about the weather or traffic, and many other unfiltered opinions. Here is where we found the Pairings Bistro, known for its simply divine prix-fixe menu. Another restaurant that attracted some attention from the Digger is the Bellisimo Seafood Bar and Grill, where locals go for their Maryland-crab fix.
Curious about where this place came from? Aberdeen was founded in the nineteenth century, and there's plenty of history here to explore. Get started at the Aberdeen Room Museum, where interested citizens go to learn about their town's history and contributions. They're currently running an exhibit on "Canning and Transportation." If you hurry, you might catch it before it's gone.
Also, though you may not want to drop by unannounced, but this is the home of the US Army's Aberdeen Proving Ground training center. The Army has generously contributed to the local economy for decades, helping Aberdeen become the small city it is today.
Families come to Aberdeen for a good, safe place to raise a family--but they quickly discover, between their friendly neighbors, a short commute, and interesting places around town, that they've discovered more than that. They've discovered a home. Let New Home Source welcome you to the town of Aberdeen.
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