Introduction to Aberdeen, Maryland
Aberdeen was established as a village by Edmund Law Rogers in 1852. The Rogers family named the city Aberdeen, after the original Aberdeen City in Scotland. It was incorporated as a town in 1892, and reincorporated as a city in 1992. At the present, Aberdeen comprises of three areas: Hall's Cross Roads, Mechanicsville, and the Village of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen and nearby Attractions
- Ripken Museum
- Gunpowder Falls State Park
- Beechtree Golf Club
- Brandywine Battlefield
Things To Do In Aberdeen
The city of Aberdeen is home to a number of golf courses such as the Beechtree Golf Club, The Wetlands Golf Course, and Bulle Rock Golf Club. The Ripken Museum and the Aberdeen Room Archives and Museum are nearby. The Gunpowder Falls State Park and Elk Neck State Park are located in the city. The historic Brandywine Battlefield is also in the region.
The closest airport to the city is Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
Aberdeen Higher Education
Higher education is available at the Harford Community College, Morgan State University, and Towson University.