Bel Air Community Information

Steeped in a treasured colonial atmosphere, the Town of Bel Air boasts an impressive 43 historic properties as determined by the Bel Air Historic Preservation Commission. Convenient access to highways and roads including the 24 and interstates 83 and 95 provide an easy connection to Baltimore and other nearby cities.

Baltimore's celebrated waterfront makes for a charming stroll or dinner offset by the breathtaking city lights. The National Aquarium offers a firsthand look under the sea, while fine museums, the Washington Monument and the Lyric Opera House offer cultural enrichment. Those who enjoy the theater will want to check out the Arena Players or the Morris A. Mechanic Theatre. For a special local treat, remember to browse through the Bel Air Farmers' Market.

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