Find events for Thanksgiving 2022 across the Baltimore area. We will have a full calendar of things to do across the nation, including Thanksgiving Eve parties, Black Friday alternatives and family friendly activities for Thanksgiving Weekend.
Zoo Lights at the Maryland Zoo - Baltimore, MD - Nov 18 to Jan 1, 2023
A brilliant seasonal spectacle is coming to the Zoo again this winter! Drive or walk through a festival of lights shaped like wildlife and your face might just light up too. Plus, get that warm glowing feeling inside knowing you are supporting the Zoo’s animal care and conservation work. They’ve also expanded the walking path this year—now including Schaefer Plaza, the Farm Yard, and the train station! Advanced reservations are required and Zoo Members save $5 on all ticket types.
Christmas Village in Baltimore - Baltimore, MD - Nov 19 to Dec 23, 2022
Explore Baltimore’s authentic German Christmas market at West Shore Park. Shop with local vendors, enjoy food and drinks, and enjoy activities, rides, tastings and more
Merriweather Symphony of Lights - Columbia, MD - Nov 24 to Jan 1, 2023
A drive through light show featuring over 300,000 bulbs on a one mile course, with select walk through nights. Tune your radio to 105.5FM for information and holiday music while you are there. The Symphony of Lights has been a time-honored Howard County holiday tradition enjoyed by many for over 25 years. Once hosted by, and still in part benefitting, Howard County General Hospital (it also benefits the Downtown Columbia Arts and Culture Commission).
Y Turkey Trot Charity 5K - , MD - Nov 24, 2022
Pick your city – Baltimore City, Towson, Bel Air, Westminster, Arnold, Ellicott City or virtual – and run a 5k on Thanksgiving. Feel free to dress up!
Festival of Trees - Lutherville-Timonium, MD - Nov 25 to Nov 27, 2022
A fundraiser for the Kennedy Krieger Institute, this festival features nearly 900 trees, wreaths and gingerbread houses decorated by local families, organizations and businesses. Enjoy vendors, visits with Santa, and more during this annual three day event, which dates back to 1990.
More Fall Activities near Washington DC and Baltimore:
Baltimore Fall Festivals
DC Area Oktoberfests
Baltimore Haunted Houses
Baltimore Ghost Tours
Baltimore Halloween Events
Washington DC Halloween Events
Thanksgiving in Washington DC