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Places to see in Maryland

Maryland is Queen’s land. I am calling it so because this state with fascinating history is named ‘Maryland’ after England's Queen Henrietta Maria, wife of King Charles I. The state has myriad historic towns, beaches and beautiful surroundings to appeal Visitor’s senses. Tourists explore and enjoy many water activities such as boating, swimming or fishing or go for bird watching, biking and golf. Many wonderful annual events are hosted on Eastern Shore like waterfront festivals, seafood festivals, boating regattas and races, fishing tournaments, boat shows, arts and crafts shows etc.

Capitol Hill

The Capitol Hill complex or “the Hill,” houses branches of legislative and judiciary of the U.S. government.

Foggy Bottom, Adams Morgan, and Dupont Circle

Foggy Bottom area has residence of State Department of US. You got see the wonderful architecture of 18th century. These masterpieces are laden with collection of beautifully crafted American furniture.

Adams Morgan is famous for stunning DC's nightlife. This is also the residence of city's Latin American populace. The night is glamorous with many events happening all night.

DC's cosmopolitan culture is well reflected in Dupont Circle. The building’s architecture, bars, restaurants, galleries, shops and museums attracts visitors.

Rock Hall

Rock Hall is an attraction for tourists in Maryland because of many reasons. This quaint fishing town is favourite for sailors. It has 15 marinas to dock for small yachts, variety of restaurants and shops. The Waterman's Museum displays presentation on crabbing, oystering and fishing. Eastern Neck National Wildlife Refuge is another attraction here.


This quiet town of Eastern Shore was the entry point for British traders during Colonial rules.

Ocean City

Ocean city is a beach town which has 10 miles long beach lined with numerous eateries and shops. The resort on Maryland's Eastern Shore is ideal place for swimming, surfing, kite flying, sand castle building, jogging, etc. The bustling town has lot to enjoy on your vacation. It has amusement parks, arcades, miniature golf courses, shopping malls, an Outlet shopping center, movie theaters, go-kart tracks and three-mile Ocean City Boardwalk.


A major tourist attraction Alexandria is more than 200 years old. It has many historical and culturally significant structures and hence is a major attraction for visitors to the DC area.


Maryland’s second-largest city Frederick has multitude of prominent structures. Rose Hill Manor which was the last home of Maryland's first elected Governor; Thomas Johnson is a fine example of rural federal architecture. It has a Children's Museum, Carriage House & Farm Museum. The National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Fort Frederick State Park and historic South Mountain Park are the places to see in Fredrick.

Baltimore City

The city of Baltimore has attractions that mirror the story of Maryland. It has many tourist attractions that charm everyone.

Maryland’s wax museum The Great Blacks in Wax Museum has massive, lively wax figures. The place is important for studying and preservation of African American ancestry. Unique Museum of Dentistry is a dental play station. Toothbrushes through time are housed here.

Maryland Science Center, National Aquarium, Walters Art Gallery, Fort McHenry, Baltimore Museum of Industry, Baltimore Civil War Museum, Fire Museum of Maryland and Hampton House are the other major places to see in Baltimore area.