Beantown, later known as Waldorf has a lot of things going on in it that you might not have known of. Especially if you’re coming for a visit. The name change happened somewhere around 1880 but many people still know of its original name. The population of the area is just around 65000, which can seem fairly small to some people and maybe not a place worth going to visit, but if you ever have the time, the experience you can get by visiting Waldorf is unique in its own way and not one you should be taking for granted. It’s the same with all “small areas”. They might seem like a waste of money to travel to, but each one has its own chapter to add to your life.
Here in Waldorf, a popular distillery known as the BlueDyer Distillery lets you tour around it and even have some tastings as they show you the intricacies of distilling and how they use it to make their whiskey, gin amongst other flavourful products. The insider’s knowledge you’ll get to accumulate there is hard to rival amongst many distilleries around the area and you’ll get to see this family-owned business run with a passion.
What about being a bit more adventurous? If that’s something up your fancy, there’s a beautiful 3-mile-long hike just waiting for your footsteps to tread it. A trek through the wilderness where you get the experience the glamour of nature away from the pollution of the city with breath-taking visuals assured to knock you off your feet. The list doesn’t end here as more of these things to do in Waldorf are shown bare to you right over here at https://www.waldorfhonda.com/blogs/1932/uncategorized/things-to-do-in-waldorf/ so that you can pick out ahead of times the things you want to try out.