Gaithersburg, Maryland

Gaithersburg is a city in west Maryland, located around Interstate 270. It is a diverse, thriving community brimming with opportunity, and is home to almost 70,000 people. Are you looking for bingo halls in and around Gaithersburg? Find your closest bingo venues here.

Where can I enjoy bingo in Gaithersburg, Maryland?

Bingo is played in venues called bingo halls! A bingo hall is just a name for anywhere that hosts a game of bingo. In some states, commercial bingo halls are popular, but in Maryland, commercial bingo halls are not allowed. Bingo must be played for charity, which means that most of the time, your local bingo hall will just be a temporary use of a space! Your nearest bingo hall might actually be a church hall, a social club, or a rented room that has just become a bingo hall for the night! This means that you might not even realize where the bingo halls around you are. That's what BingoPort is for- we list all your nearest bingo venues, along with all the info you'll need to pick somewhere great to go play bingo.

What happens during a bingo game?

Bingo can be a little hard to follow if you don't know the rules; it's fast and full of thrills! The good news is, once you know how it works, bingo is very easy to play. Here is how a typical game of bingo will go. Before the game starts, you'll get your bingo cards. Each bingo card has a grid of 25 boxes on, and the middle box is a free space. The other boxes will have numbers in, between 1 and 75. Each bingo card will have different combinations of numbers to make them unique. As the game starts, the winning pattern will be announced. This tells you which boxes on your grid you'll need to daub to win the game. The pattern could be anything, like a blackout, a checkerboard, or a shape. Then the game will start. The bingo caller will draw and shout numbers one at a time. If the number is on your card, daub it with your bingo pen. The first player daub every box for the winning pattern must shout BINGO before the next number is called to claim the victory.

How do I pick a bingo hall to go to in Gaithersburg, Maryland

Choosing a bingo hall doesn't need to be a chore; it can actually be a lot of fun! To save you time and effort, BingoPort has done some of the work for you- we've gathered a list of all the bingo halls near you! If you live in or near Gaithersburg, you only want to be looking at bingo halls in your area; there's no point looking at bingo halls in Texas or Montana by mistake! On this page, you'll see all the bingo halls closest to Gaithersburg. Now that you've got a list of potential bingo halls to visit, it's time to decide which ones look good. Take a look at the BingoPort listing for each venue to see what the hall is like, when it opens, and what it offers. Then it's time to grab your bingo pens, call up your bingo buddies, and go on down to try a hall out!

What makes a bingo hall good?

Bingo halls vary so much; how can you know which ones are good, and which aren't your style? The first step is to consider what you love about bingo halls. Then you can see which halls match your preferences! Do you have a particular charity you want to support? See if any of the bingo games are to raise money for them. Would you prefer a big hall, or a smaller one? Do you love a bingo hall that serves food, or one that sells snacks? Is convenience more important for you- things like location, opening times, and whether there is a parking lot on site? Once you know what you love from a bingo hall, you can browse the BingoPort listings to find a great match! Happy bingo hall hunting!

Is gambling legal in Maryland?

It is legal to gamble in Maryland, and there are lots of gambling pastimes that are permitted within the state. For example, bingo! Bingo is legal in Maryland if played for charity, but commercial games for profit are not allowed. That means that when you play a game of bingo at a hall in Maryland, you know that you'll be raising money for a good cause. Casinos are also legal in Maryland. There are several casinos throughout the state that you can visit, and they offer classic table games like blackjack and roulette. Some of them also offer a poker room too. There are racetracks in Maryland for horse races, and betting is allowed both on track and off track at satellite locations.

Interesting facts about Gaithersburg, Maryland

  • Gaithersburg was incorporated as a town in 1878 and as a city in 1968.
  • Diversity is king in Gaithersburg; in 2016 it was ranked #1 of the 313 largest U.S. cities for ethnic diversity and #2 for social class diversity by WalletHub.
  • If you want to send a letter to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, you'll need to write Gaithersburg on the envelope, though technically the NIST is not counted as part of Gaithersburg; the land is unincorporated.
  • Gaithersburg is the ninth-largest city in Maryland.
  • The flag of Gaithersburg features an oak tree. The oak tree in question was 295 years old when it fell in 1997 due to a heavy rainstorm.

Bingo Halls in Gaithersburg

Knights of Pythias #123

11011 Game Preserve Rd., Gaithersburg, Maryland,

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John M. Carter VFW 9862

211K N Frederick Ave, Gaithersburg, Maryland,

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Gaithersburg VFDA

13 East Diamond Ave, Gaithersburg, Maryland,

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