8 Must-See Places in Maryland !

8 Must-See Places in Maryland !

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3 Popular Attractions In Maryland

  • Chesapeake Bay Bridge: Dual-span bridge spanning the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland.
  • Maryland Facts:

    • Fort Meade near Laurel became a base because a train engineer delivering soldiers to Meade knew only one Meade, the one in Maryland. He was not aware of Fort Meade, Florida. The confusion happened so often a second base was built in Maryland in an attempt to avoid the confusion.
    • The National Institute of Standards and Technology gave Gaithersburg the designation Science Capital of the United States when the Bureau moved to the area in 1961.
    • The first umbrella factory in the United States was established in Baltimore in 1828.
    • In 1904, downtown Baltimore was almost destroyed by a huge fire with damages estimated at $150 million.
    • Jazz great Billie Holiday was born in Baltimore. A monument of this female jazz singer stands on the corner of Lafayette and Pennsylvania avenues.
    State of Maryland

    Old Line State“, “Free State”, “Little America”,[1] “America in Miniature”[2]

    • “Fatti maschii, parole femine”
      (English: “Strong Deeds, Gentle Words”)[3]
    • The Latin text encircling the seal:
      Scuto bonæ voluntatis tuæ coronasti nos (“With Favor Wilt Thou Compass Us as with a Shield”) Psalm 5:12[4]
    Anthem: None (“Maryland, My Maryland” repealed in 2021)
    Map of the United States with Maryland highlighted

    Map of the United States with Maryland highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Province of Maryland
    Admitted to the Union April 28, 1788 (7th)
    Capital Annapolis
    Largest city Baltimore
    Largest metro and urban areas

    Governor Larry Hogan (R)
    Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford (R)
    Legislature General Assembly
    Upper house Senate
    Lower house House of Delegates
    Judiciary Maryland Court of Appeals
    U.S. senators
    U.S. House delegation
    • 7 Democrats
    • 1 Republican



    •Total 12,407sqmi (32,133km2)
    •Land 9,776sqmi (25,314km2)
    •Water 2,633sqmi (6,819km2) 21%
    •Rank 42nd

    •Length 119mi (192km)
    •Width 196mi (315km)

    350ft (110m)

    3,360ft (1,024m)

    0ft (0m)

    •Total 6,177,224
    •Rank 18th
    •Density 632/sqmi (244/km2)
    •Rank 5th
    Median household income

    •Income rank

    Demonym(s) Marylander

    Official language None (English, de facto)
    Time zone UTC−05:00 (Eastern)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−04:00 (EDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    ISO 3166 code US-MD
    Traditional abbreviation Md.
    Latitude 37° 53′ N to 39° 43′ N
    Longitude 75° 03′ W to 79° 29′ W
    Website www.maryland.gov


    Must-See places in Maryland
    1. Fort mcHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine
    -Address. 2400 E Fort Ave., Baltimore, MD 21230
    – admissions; $15 charge to enter the fort for everyone age 16 and up for 7 days
    -free parking is available. Also park is accessible by public transportation and by the Baltimore Water Taxi.
    -Feel free to bring your own picnic lunch, as there's no fee to enjoy the park grounds.
    -Hours 9am-5pm. (summer time 9am-6pm)
    -Stretch your legs on the Sea Wall Trail, which goes all around the Fort mchenry peninsula
    -Fort McHenry is a historical American coastal pentagonal bastion for on Locust Point, now a neighborhood of Baltimore, Maryland. It is best known for its role in the War of 1812, when American troops defeated a British navy fleet, the site was also the inspiration for “The Star-Spangled Banner”, written by Francis Scott Key, who witnessed the battle and America's victory.
    -Located in the Locust Point neighborhood of baltimore and set within a 42-acre park, Fort McHenry includes a visitor and education center, exhibits displaying war artifacts, and a variety of ranger programs

    2. The Walters Art Museum
    -Address. 600N Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21201
    -Admissions free
    -Hours. Wed-Sun. 10am-5pm(Thu. 10am-9pm)
    -The museum's collection spans more than seven millennia, from 5,000 BC to the 21st century, and encompasses 36,000 objects from around the world
    -Walking through the museum's historic buildings, visitors encounter a stunning panorama of thousands of years of art, from romantic 19th-century images of French gardens to mesmerizing Ethiopian icons, richly illuminated Qur'ans and Gospel books, ancient Roman sarcophagi, and serene images of the buddha.
    -The Walter' mission has been to bring art and people together and to create a place where people of every background can be touched by art.

    3. Inner Harbor
    -One of America's oldest seaports dating from the 1600s is today an important landmark and popular tourist destination.
    -Park your car and follow the brick promenade through this bustling complex of eateries, stores, museums, entertainment and children's attractions.

    4. African American Museum

    5. Star Spangled banner Flag house

    6. Little Italy

    7. Fell's Point

    8. Annapolis


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