Top Tourist Attractions in State Maryland

Top Tourist Attractions in State Maryland

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3 Popular Attractions In Maryland

  • Fort McHenry: National monument and historic shrine located in Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Maryland Facts:

    • Chincoteague’s are famous ponies from Assateague Island.
    • On the morning of August 10, 1813 residents of Saint Michaels having been forewarned of a British attack hoisted lanterns to the masts of ships and in the tops of the trees. The height of light caused cannons to overshoot the town. This first known blackout was effective and only one house was struck and is now known as the “Cannonball House.” The town has been known as the town that fooled the British since this historic event.
    • 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 more statues and monuments per capita than any other city in the U.S.
    • Actors Jada Pinkett Smith, Edward Norton, and Tupac Shakur all attended the Baltimore School for the Arts.

    Top Tourist Attractions and beautiful places in State Maryland:
    Oriole Park at Camden Yards Baltimore, Swallow Falls State Park Oakland, Historic Annapolis, Antietam National Battlefield Sharpsburg, National Aquarium Baltimore, The Walters Art Museum Baltimore, Baltimore Museum of Art, Fort McHenry National Monument Baltimore, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Northside Park Ocean City, Ocean City Beach, Assateague Island National Seashore