800 West Street Annapolis, MD 21401 +1 410 644 9696
Annapolis National Cemetery was established in 1862 by then President Abraham Lincoln. This 4.1-acre (1.7-hectare) landmark is featured on the National Register of Historic Places. One of its highlights is an inspiring memorial honoring unknown veterans of war.
13551 Fort Washington Road Fort Washington Park Fort Washington, MD 20744 +1 301 763 4600
Harmony Hall is a historic home dating back to the 18th Century. It is built in Georgian-style architecture on a sprawling estate on the banks of the Potomac River. Acquired by the National Park Service, it is open to visitors looking for a glimpse of Maryland's Colonial heritage. Originally called Battersea, it was given its present name after the harmonious living of its then resident couples, brothers John and Walter Dulaney Addison and spouses.
8060 Newell Street Silver Spring, MD 20910 +1 301 495 2595 (City Park Council)
Named for its acorn-shaped pavilion, the Acorn Park is a city park that was originally built by Francis Preston Blair in 1840. It was part of his estate and contains a spring with water containing mica, that gave it a silver color. This 'silver spring' in fact led to the city being named after it! A tiny park, just 0.12 acres (0.0485623 hectares), the Acorn Park can easily go unnoticed amidst the tall building surrounding it. There is an artificial cave here, as well.
Famous all over as the makers of the award-winning Doggie Style Classic Pale Ale, Flying Dog Brewery is located on the Wedgewood Boulevard, in the outskirts of city Frederick. Initiated by George Stranahan, this state-of-the-art brewery opens its doors for visitors who get a chance to tour the facility and also taste five of the beers from its beer list. The tours are priced at USD5, and people from far of cities visit the brewery to taste some rare and unique craft beers. Make sure you book a tour in advance to avoid disappointment. Adding to the fun during summers are the outdoor concerts that feature local as well as national musicians.
7002 Arundel Mills Circle 7777 Maryland Live Casino Hanover, MD 21076 +1 443 842 7000
Maryland Live! Casino in Hanover is not just about gambling. Its 500-seat Rams Head Center Stage, which opened its door in August 2012 with the performance of The Charlie Daniels Band, is a humdinger of a concert venue. This awesome live music hot-spot hosts concerts almost every day, featuring not just the local bands but also some of the best regional bands on tour. The performances by famous bands like The Real Geniuses, Go Go Gadjet and The Fabulous Thunderbirds have set a precedent for many such performances to follow. So you can expect many such lively performances here. For the football fans, the Rams Head Center Stage gives you a chance to catch live action of the games on Sunday and Monday nights on its giant screen. With an array of drinks and snacks option available on demand, Rams Head Center Stage is a perfect fix for your daily entertainment.
Revel Grove is a fictional town that is set up at the The Maryland Renaissance Festival site. This village takes up the form of an English town back in the 16th Century. The site dons a cheerful and lively look bustling with the locals and visitors. Food stalls, local vendors and taverns sell their merchandise here and usually the festival runs from August to late October.
5401 Rue Saint Lo Drive Reisterstown, MD 21136 +1 410 887 2849(Tourist Information)
The Motrose Mansion and Chapel also known as the Montrose Mansion is a two-story historic establishment. This Neo-classical building has a mansard roof, with a beautiful round attic, a lantern and a bracketed crown with pendants which add to its charm. Later a bell was added to the structure. It features on the National Register of Historic Places.
Mount Hope was the private home of Fielder Magruder, a descendant of the influential Magruder family who were the earliest settlers in Cheverly. Built in 1839, the 12-room house is easily one of the oldest structures in the area. It also features in the town seal of Cheverly and is the official town symbol. Needless to say, this building is hard to miss when you're in town!
Administration Drive University of Maryland, Baltimore County Catonsville, MD 21227 +1 410 455 8888
One of the well-maintained facilities on the campus of University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Retriever Activities Center is a multi-purpose sports facility. Comprising an arena and a recreation gym, this facility plays an important role in the student life, providing much needed physical recreation and exercise. The arena is also the home ground of UMBC Retrievers basketball team. See the website or call to know more.
906 East Street Frederick, MD 21701 +1 301 694 0066
One of the popular venues for music and entertainment in Frederick, Krug's Place can be found in the northern part of the city. An essential part of the city's nightlife, the venue brings in talent from the neighboring areas, as well as from distant parts of the country, while also giving focus to local talent. Call to know more.
The restored President Street Station, built in 1849, was first
a stop on the Underground Railroad. On April 19, 1861, it became the site of the first casualties of the Civil War. The 6th Massachusetts Regiment stopped in Baltimore ...
This museum is steeped in history and it is ready
to tell tales whenever you want to listen. It was built by Samuel Ogle in the early 18th century. Later, it underwent expansion and was inherited by the Woodward ...
This 13 mile (20 kilometers) paved trail stretches from suburban
Glen Burnie to Annapolis, affording bicyclists, skaters and walkers a respite from the hustle and bustle of Baltimore's encroaching suburbs. Baltimore & Annapolis Trail Park attracts about 1.5 million ...