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Things to do in Maryland
Baltimore - explore the National Aquarium
Maryland has a diverse marine ecosystem, due to its numerous rivers and creeks along with its extensive seaboard. A great place to learn all about what the area has is the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Here you can explore the waters of different zones from around the world, including the Amazon Basin, tropical rainforests and the Pacific reefs. Each zone have their own, unique multitude of aquatic life and lifeforms.
Baltimore - take a guided tour to the Fort McHenry National Monument
Fort McHenry is probably most famous for being the location referred to in the Star Spangled Banner, and its battle during the American War of Independence. The fort is also home to the National Museum and Historic Shrine and makes for a fascinating visit, especially on special memorial days, when there are spectacular displays or military tattoos. The fort is open all year around, with special guided tours available during the summer months.
Camp Springs - visit the Beall-Dawson Historic House Museum
The Beall Dawson House in Rockville is an excellent example of early 19th century American construction. It has been preserved in its original form by the Montgomery County Historical Society, whose home it is also. The original slave quarters and dairy house are still there, as is the Stonestreet Museum of 19th Century Medicine, with its reproduction of a 19th century doctors surgery that is fitted out with old instruments and periodicals.
College Park - enhance your golfing skills at the Paint Branch Golf Course
On the edges of College Park is the Paint Branch Golf Course which is a relatively simple course in its layout that can be surprisingly difficult to play with water hazards coming in to effect on 6 of the 9 holes. The greens can also be treacherous if conditions are not good making for some high scores that would not normally be expected on a course like this.
College Park - see collections of aircraft at the College Park Aviation Museum
The College Park Aviation Museum is sited on the oldest continuously operating airfield in the world. It was once used by Wilbur Wright during 1909, when he used it to teach 2 army officers to fly. Today the airfield has a collection of historical aircraft and artefacts scattered around it, and it is also home to one of the last remaining airmail hangers, dating back to 1919.
Frederick - visit the Frederick Tourism Center
The Frederick Tourism Center opened in 2011 on Bell and History Day, with the traditional ring of the 250 lb bell. This center has some interesting displays of life in the area, going back to pioneer days, and makes good use of modern technology to create interesting, interactive displays. The main display area is used for various different exhibitions that change throughout the year.
Gaithersburg - hike and bike at the Seneca Creek State Park
The Seneca Creek State Park has a number of active activities to keep visitors entertained and fit, including some great hikes and mountain biking. The park is home to Clopper Lake, which was created by the damming of Draught Creek in 1975, which offers opportunities for boating and fishing. There are also excellent hunting facilities in some parts of the park, which are open during the hunting season.
Laurel - be exhilarated with white water rafting
The stunning scenery around Laurel is mostly as a result of an amillennia of activity by the 4 main rivers in the area, especially the Youghiogheny, which provides excellent, white knuckle, white water rafting opportunities, during the rainly season. Things to do in the area include kayaking, mountain biking, walking and rock climbing. Sometimes it is possible to organise a tour that incorporates a number of these and other activities.
Linthicum - see historical trucks at the Benson Hammond house
A truck farm for over 100 years, Benson Hammond House has been converted into a museum that contains many early examples of trucks, farm vehicles well as pickers, that where locally used on the land in bygone days. There are also examples and information on how farmers paid their hands and workers in the past. The museum is normally open from Thursday to Saturday between 11am and 3pm.
Ocean City - take a tour from the Ocean City Boardwalk
The Boardwalk at Ocean City stretches for nearly 3 miles. It has numerous places of interest, plus also many small outlets,where you can stop off to try and enjoy the local delicacies, many of which are unique to the region. There is always some form of entertainment taking place along the boardwalk, especially during the warm, light evenings, in the summer. Many of the town’s streets lead to the Boardwalk, making it an excellent base from which to start touring and discovering the town.
Introduction of Maryland
A state positioned in the United States' Mid-Atlantic region, Maryland's population is mainly concentrated in the suburbs and cities surrounding Baltimore and Washington DC. It is ranks among the nation's most environmentally-friendly states. rated Maryland in 2007 as the country's fifth greenest state. With numerous things to see and do in the region, all types of travellers are guaranteed to find something that will suit their demands and budgets. Due to the precinct's unique topography, the state is often called 'America in Miniature'. Adventurous travellers can climb the mountains in the early morning and by twilight access the Atlantic coast. The state's larger cities represent numerous international lodgings. However, decent hotels in Maryland can also be found in most small towns and rural areas. Many long-established and reliable online booking suppliers offer the most lucrative deals on the buildings. The state is brimming with budget-friendly accommodations as well, while plenty of campsites offer adventurous housing options.