By | May 2, 2017

Maryland has many things to offer for visitors. From the city of Baltimore, amazing museums and monuments, and the beach, Maryland has something for everyone. Here are the Top Five places to visit in Maryland.

1. Oriole Park at Camden Yards

If you are a baseball fan, then you must visit Oriole Park at Camden Yards in Baltimore, Maryland. This is consistently rated the best ballpark in all of the Major Leagues. The food is amazing, the restrooms are many and comfortable, and the view of the ballpark is majestic from every angle. The burgers at Dempsey’s are a must eat.

2. The U.S. Naval Academy

Located in Annapolis, Maryland the U.S. Naval Academy offers a beautiful campus for cadets to attend. The guided tour is definitely worth the price of admission, and will take you through the main chapel, Gate 1, Bancroft Hall, and a view of the harbor.

3. Fort McHenry National Monument

Fort McHenry is another great place to visit in Baltimore, Maryland. It’s biggest historic moment came during the War of 1812, when the British Army attempted to attack Fort McHenry and failed. The result inspired Francis Scott Key to compose “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

Fort McHenry features a museum that plays a movie about the history of the Fort. The museum is also attached to a beautiful park. The park contains the spots where the cannons were fired during the war, as well as the buildings used.

4. The Ocean City Beach

For those that love the beach head out to Ocean City, Maryland. This festive beach features a variety of street artists peddling their wares, and also a nightly fireworks show. The beach features a long boardwalk, and a small amusement park at the end of the boardwalk.

5. The Walters Art Museum

This Baltimore, Maryland museum is full of beautiful artworks, and the best part is that the admission is free. The museum features both majestic paintings, and jaw dropping sculptures. Art fans of French impressionism will be delighted to see the vast collection of artwork.

As you can see Maryland has many things to see and do. This is just the tip of the iceberg when exploring the wonderful state of Maryland. Sports lovers, beach goers, art fans, and foodies will all find something in Maryland that will leave them planning their return visit shortly. Maryland is the perfect mix of a historic state blended with a modern state.