Maryland Travel Guide
Points of interest
Enjoy an unforgettable journey through Maryland, from Chesapeake Bay Gateways and Eastern Shore hideaways to our historic state capital of Annapolis and the majestic Allegheny Mountains. Drive along a network of Civil War Trails, explore the Historic National Road, pause in Baltimore at the birthplace of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” and indulge in the state’s rich, multicultural heritage. Maryland is also the home of the Preakness and other action-packed spectator sports, as well as four seasons of recreational pursuits like sailing, golfing and skiing. Pack your days with tons of family fun and your nights with a variety of entertainment options. Along the way, the Old Line State invites you to enjoy the legendary taste of great local seafood before relaxing at friendly, convenient accommodations that range from quaint bed-and-breakfasts to luxurious hotels.
- *Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum
- *Baltimore Museum of Art *Inner Harbor
- *** National Aquarium - Built in1981, the points of interest are : a tropical aquarium 5 stories high, exhibitions of sharks, rays and marin mammals.
- * Sherwood Gardens
- * Walter Art Museum
Maryland - Hotels
Maryland - Popular hotels
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