The main attraction in Ellicott City is the Historic Main Street, popular with tourists for its old-timey charm, upscale restaurants and cafes, and a couple historic attractions.
Thomas Isaac Log Cabin, Main St & Ellicott Mills Dr, ☎ +1 410 465-8500. Sa-Su 1PM-4PM. One of Ellicott City's first homes, from the 18th Century.Free. edit
Ellicott City Station, . Ellicott City Station is the oldest remaining passenger train station in the United States, and one of the oldest in the world. At the time of its construction it was the terminus of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad line from Baltimore to Ellicott's Mills, Maryland and it incorporated features for the servicing of steam locomotives at the end of the 13 mile (21 km) run. The station is now used as a museum.edit
There are endless places to eat in greater Ellicott City, but as a visitor, the best (and often priciest) options are on the Historic Main Street, and there are a bunch to choose from.
Johnny's Bistro, 8167 main st, ellicott city, md (take us-29 north. exit on us-40 west. Take a left at St. John's lane. take the 3rd left (frederick rd) johnnys on right), ☎ 410-461-8210, . Although very pricey thheir food is great. They have specialty soup every day and thay have great oyster casino.edit
The Crab Shanty Restaurant, 3410 Plum Tree Dr., ☎ 410-465-9660, . Seafood restaurant known for their Maryland style crab cakes. Open Sunday through Friday for lunch, daily for dinner. Carryout is available.edit
La Palapa Grill & Cantina, 8307 Main St, ☎ (410) 465-0070, . Mexican restaurant located in Ellicott City's historic downtown.edit
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