things to see in maryland

Discussion in 'Maryland' started by maldovano, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. maldovano

    maldovano New Member

    Planning to visit Maryland soon, and i'd like some ideas on what things to see please. many thanks
  2. VacationBuddy

    VacationBuddy Administrator

    Hi there,

    Maryland cities offer plenty of attractions and plenty of things to see, so I will break it down for you:

    Baltimore is by far the most popular destination and the top attractions are:

    * The National Aquarium
    * The Maryland Science Center
    * The Baltimore Museum of Art
    * The Edgar Allan Poe House

    In Annapolis city the top attractions are:

    * The Banneker-Douglass Museum
    * The Annapolis Maryland State House is another great city highlight bursting with US history. The State * London Town and Gardens

    Frederick top attractions are the:

    * The Monocacy National Battlefield
    * The Catoctin Mountain Park
    * The Cunningham Falls State Park.

    Bethesda city top things to see are:

    * The Dennis & Phillip Ratner Museum
    * The McCrillis Gardens and Gallery
    * The National Library of Medicine

    Hagerstown city is renowned as a shopping place in the region and people flock from all over to enjoy excellent deals and savings.

    Salisbury attractions are:

    * The Salisbury Zoo
    * The Poplar Hill Mansion
    * The Chipman Cultural Center
    * The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art

    Silver Spring top attractions are:

    * The Penn Oaks Winery
    * The Sandy Spring Museum

    And finally, Ocean City is the designated beach resort and for those fun water activities.

    Hope this helps
  3. Barybawaypope

    Barybawaypope New Member

    cool things to see in Maryland

    =>You could take a walking tour in Annapolis which will be a great introduction to all things Annapolis.

    =>Visit the Fort McHenry National Monument & Historic Shrine in Baltimore, which is beautiful star-shaped fort.

    =>Visit the Edgar Allan Poe House Museum in Baltimore and see his grave nearby.

    =>Explore the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge

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