Top Tourist Attractions in Annapolis: Travel Guide Maryland

Top Tourist Attractions in Annapolis: Travel Guide Maryland

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3 Popular Attractions In Maryland

  • Chesapeake Bay Bridge: Dual-span bridge spanning the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland.
    • Fort McHenry: National monument and historic shrine located in Baltimore, Maryland.

    Maryland Facts:

    • The Maryland State House is the oldest state capitol still in continuous legislative use.
    • Friendship International Airport – now Baltimore/Washington International Airport – began operations on June 24. 1950.
    • Maryland has forty-seven operational State parks, including 7 parks with waterfront areas, covering 90,239 acres; 15 State-owned lakes and ponds open to public fishing; 9 State forests and portions of 15 State parks open to public hunting; 36 wildlife management areas, covering 88,348 acres, open to public hunting; 6 natural environment areas containing 7,676 acres.
    • Baltimore has been known by many nicknames through the years, including Charm City, the City that Reads, the Monumental City, and the City that Believes.
    • Best known for its role in the War of 1812, Fort McHenry defended Baltimore Harbor from an attack by the British navy from the Chesapeake Bay on September 13–14, 1814. The fort was first built in 1798 and was used continuously by the U.S. armed forces through World War I and by the Coast Guard in World War II.
    Baltimore
    City of Baltimore
    Baltimore skyline, July 2007

    Baltimore skyline, July 2007
    Nicknames:

    Charm City;[1] B'more;[2] Mobtown[3]
    Motto(s):

    “The Greatest City in America”,[1] “Get in on it.”,[1] “Believe”[4]

    Interactive map of Baltimore
    Coordinates:

    39°17′22″N 76°36′55″W / 39.28944°N 76.61528°W / 39.28944; -76.61528Coordinates: 39°17′22″N 76°36′55″W / 39.28944°N 76.61528°W / 39.28944; -76.61528

    Country United States
    State Maryland
    City Baltimore
    Historic colony Province of Maryland
    County None (Independent city)
    Founded 1729
    Incorporated 1796–1797
    Independent city 1851
    Named for The 2nd Baron Baltimore (1605–1675)
    Government

    •Type Mayor–council
    •Body Baltimore City Council
    Mayor Brandon Scott (D)
    City Council
    Houses of Delegates
    State Senate
    State senators
    U.S. House
    Representatives
    Area

    Independent city 92.05sqmi (238.41km2)
    •Land 80.95sqmi (209.65km2)
    •Water 11.10sqmi (28.76km2) 12.1%
    Elevation

    0–480ft (0–150m)
    Population

    Independent city 585,708
    •Estimate

    (2021)[7]
    576,498
    •Rank 30th in the United States
    1st in Maryland
    •Density 7,235.43/sqmi (2,793.74/km2)
    Metro

    2,844,510 (20th)
    Demonym(s) Baltimorean
    Time zone UTC−5 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC−4 (EDT)
    ZIP Codes
    ZIP Codes[9]
    Area codes 410, 443, and 667
    FIPS code 24-04000
    GNIS feature ID 597040
    Primary Airport Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI)
    Commuter Rail MARC train.svg
    Interstates I-70 (MD).svg I-83.svg I-95.svg I-97.svg I-195 (MD).svg I-395 (MD).svg I-695 (MD).svg I-795 (MD).svg I-895 (MD).svg
    U.S. Routes US 1.svg US 40.svg
    Website City of Baltimore

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    Top Tourist Attractions and beautiful places in Annapolis: Travel Guide Maryland
    U.S. Naval Academy, Historic Annapolis, Quiet Waters Park, Maryland State House, Ego Alley, Annapolis Towne Centre, William Paca Garden, Alex Haley Memorial, Maryland World War II Memoria, St. Anne's Church, Sandy Point State Park

    4 thoughts on “Top Tourist Attractions in Annapolis: Travel Guide Maryland

    1. I visited Annapolis for the first time last week, and I hope to return soon. I was very pleased with its small town charm, and it’s friendly residents. It is a great weekend getaway.

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