With a lengthy coastline and eclectic, cosmopolitan cities, Maryland offers great cultural attractions, beautiful beaches, water sports, fabulous seafood and waterfront restaurants.

Baltimore Museum of Art
Baltimore skyline
Kayaking Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge (photo credit: Stephen Bland)
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
A celebration complete with cocktails
Crab feast in St. Michaels (photo credit: Richard Norwitz)
Power Plant Live, Baltimore
The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Scenic Byway on Maryland's scenic Eastern Shore
Sailing the Chesapeake Bay
Rocky Gap State Park near Cumberland, Maryland offers more than 3,200 acres of woodlands to explore.
Cumberland, Maryland has a picturesque downtown with a thriving arts and entertainment scene.

With the beautiful Chesapeake Bay and blissful Atlantic Coast beaches, Maryland has plenty of outdoor charms. Major cosmopolitan cities like Baltimore and delightful towns like the state's capital, Annapolis, are filled with museums, restaurants, parks and many opportunities for fun on the water.

Wisp Resort

Wisp Resort is Maryland’s go-to ski destination, with downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and snow tubing all offered onsite.

Jim McKay Maryland Million Day

Jim McKay Maryland Million Day features races for Maryland-sired horses with purses and awards totaling over $1 million. A crowd of over 18,000 fans, industry professionals, and elected officials are regularly enjoy "Maryland's Day at the Races," featuring a competitive day of racing and a variety of other on-and-off track activities.



A celebration of the Chesapeake oyster featuring live music on two stages, boat rides, retriever demos, oysters and other local fare, an oyster stew competition, cooking demos, children's activities and more. 


Western Maryland Blues Festival

Held annually on the first weekend following Memorial Day, this four-day celebration of the Blues welcomes big names and local crooners alike to City Center and City Park. Past performers have included Buckwheat Zydeco, Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters, and The Lee Boys. Young festival-goers can enjoy a special children's area offering activities ranging from a harmonica workshop to entertainment and crafts, or the whole family can take in Sunday's "Family Blues Picnic." 



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