Maryland is one of the smallest states in the US, and by contrast it is one of the most densely populated states. Besides, Maryland has important tourist attractions where there is a lot to do and discover when you visit it. Follow us today with the best tourist areas in Maryland in the United States.
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The Maryland National Port location is of great tourist importance, as it offers amazing views, especially when visiting the huge Capital Wheel, as well as shopping for the exclusive shopping lovers in Tagner Outlets. Children will also love to watch outdoor films and boat trips, as well as special events happening at Gaylord National Resort’s Ice Snow Resort. The National Harbor offers a luxurious dining, shopping and relaxing experience that includes 5 hotels, spa and more.
West Maryland is a site to discover history, innovation, beauty and adventure in this privileged state. There are great opportunities for outside activities and exploration of American and other history in the western areas of the state. One of the most prominent of these sites is Wisp Ski Resort and winter sports practices and during the summer it turns into a summer resort with distinction during which you can rent bikes for a mountain trip with golf courses and others, and for adventure lovers it is worth visiting the Adventure Sports Center International, which offers a lot of exceptional fun. For a historical touch, head to the Cumberland Historic District and visit the Allegany Arts Council’s Saville and Schwab Mountain Maryland art galleries, which include year-round exhibitions of local artists and from across the United States.
The city of Baltimore is central Maryland
Baltimore, which is located in central Maryland, includes several tourist sites, most notably the National Aquarium, which is a symbol of protecting the world’s water treasures and attracts tens of thousands of tourists annually. The Fort McHenry area is one of the most popular attractions in Baltimore for history lovers. It is the region that US forces used during World War I. Visitors can explore the fortress, walk around its various buildings, walk through the walls and watch multimedia shows. As for the inner port of Baltimore, it is one of the most prominent attractions in Maryland, and offers visitors many recreational options, including parks, restaurants, shops, museums, as well as historic ships.
The city of Annapolis is the state capital and is also called the sailing capital of the world. In addition to its importance in this field, Annapolis hosts many historical buildings, most notably the “William Kaka” house in which the American independence was signed and the house was completely renovated as it was opened to visitors to witness to the colonial era houses and was included in the National Register of Historic Places. Head to the historic streets of Annapolis to shop or have a special meal there, before gold to Ego Alley, a great location to see ships and boats preparing to sail.
Ocean City Beach is one of the most popular beaches in the Central Atlantic coast. There you will find 10 miles of the wonderful public beach, with classic wooden walkways. Along the coast, you can find souvenir shops as well as kiosks selling traditional American food. You can also visit the Ocean City Museum and the Ferris wheel from the 1920’s. There is also a tram in the area for transporting visitors between different attractions.
From the port of Baltimore
From Ocean City Resorts
From the Wisp ski resort
Fort McHenry area in Baltimore
The Cumberland area of Maryland
From National Harbor
From National Harbor, Maryland.
Tourism in National Harbor
Wisp Ski Resort
Ocean City Beach
A scene from Fort McHenry in Baltimore.
From Gaylord National Resort’s Ice
From Adventure Sports Center International
Ego Alley in Annapolis