Maryland: “The Free State,” one of the 13 original colonies, and home to nearly 400 years of American history has been at the heart of American experience since the nation’s founding.
The capital of Maryland, which is Annapolis, is home to the United States Naval Academy. This state is famous for its blue crabs and the state bird the Baltimore oriole. Maryland is one of the smallest U.S. states in terms of area. Maryland possesses a variety of topography within its borders, contributing to its nickname America in Miniature.
In one day you can enjoy wonderful scenery and outdoor activities as well as visit museums, historic sites, and cultural events
Maryland offers a wide variety of attractions and things to do with its landscape extending from the seashore – Sail on the Chesapeake Bay, build sandcastles in Ocean City, ride the roller coasters at Six Flags America, and get into a mountain of steamed crabs – that’s just the beginning of summer in Maryland! Cool off in the mountain-fed waters of Deep Creek Lake, stroll the boardwalk at National Harbor, see an outdoor movie in Baltimore’s Little Italy, and find the perfect ice cream cone along Maryland’s Ice Cream Trail. Catch a game at Camden Yards then road trip to all six of Maryland’s minor league parks. In Maryland, your summer’s only limit is your imagination!