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Owings Mills

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Owings Mills

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Owings Mills is a city in Maryland, USA.


Owings Mills is named after Samuel Owings. It was once a farming community but now boast a myriad of developments and shopping centers.

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Owings Mills can be reached by Interstate 795, which is exit 19 off Interstate 695. From I-795, take exit 4 to reach many points in Owings Mills.

It can also be reached via a subway system which drops right near the mall. But once in the area, a car is necessary.

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The main roads in Owings Mills are Reisterstown Road, Owings Mills Boulevard, Painters Mill Road, McDonough Road, Greenspring Valley Road.

Public transportation[edit]

The Baltimore Metro Subway has a final destination of Owings Mills. From here, it is about a 15-minute walk to Owings Mills Mall. Bus line nos. 56 and 59, which run frequently, can take you directly to the mall, or to points on Reisterstown Road. but a vehicle is necessary to reach most points of interest

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Owings Mills Mall[edit]

Built in the 1980s, has been the commercial hub of Owings Mills. In recent years, many stores have closed, so shopping is limited.

Irvine Nature Center[edit]

Moved in 2008 to new location in Owings Mills.

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