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 photo of a family eating crabsTop-10 Things You Must do in Maryland 
Maryland is brimming with history, culture, recreation and sheer natural beauty. More info...
 Alpaca Farmsphoto of a alpaca
Maryland is home to scores of alpaca farms, many provide visitors the opportunity to get up close and personal with the alpaca lifestyle and learn more about these endearing creatures! More info...
 photo of a wooden carving of a birdArt of the Chesapeake
Chesapeake Bay art depicts the places and things that evoke the feeling of the bay region, an area known for its natural splendor, maritime culture and recreational choices.  More info...
 photo of a baseball playerBaseball Sites
Marylanders are crazy about baseball, it’s surprising that it isn’t Maryland’s official state sport. (That honor goes to jousting.) Baseball is the sport that boasts the most museums and memorials throughout the state. More info...
 photo of a Oriole birdBirdwatching
While many believe that some of the best bird-watching occurs at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, others know that Maryland provides wonderfully unique opportunities for the casual and avid birder. More info...
 photo of glasses of beerBrewing
The brewing industry in Maryland was started in 1703 in Annapolis by Benjamin Fordham. Since then, over 50 breweries have opened in Maryland. More info...
 photo of fresh produceBuy Local
You don't have to look far to find great food, wine, and art in Maryland. There's a satisfaction that comes from buying at your neighborhood farmers market or enjoying a glass of wine from a nearby vineyard, knowing they were produced locally. More info...

 Cycle Maryland
photo of CyclistsTake a bike ride - for recreation, exercise or the thrill of competition - and discover Maryland's diverse landscape. Check out Cycle Maryland  and the listings below for more information on events, trails, and infrastructure around the state. More info...

Dining Guide
Photo of a young lady caring a tray of crabsMaryland’s menu features the world’s best seafood and an extensive local wine list, served in dynamic and romantic settings. More info...

Filmed in Maryland
image of film and crabSince hometown directors Barry Levinson and John Waters put Baltimore on the map with films such as Diner and Hairspray, filmmakers have continued to look to Maryland as the backdrop for a variety of film productions. More info...
 photo of garden gazeboGardens
The warmer months are a great time of year to visit public gardens in Maryland. Any of these green oases – with ornamental, heirloom or native plants, topiary, outdoor sculpture and historical roots – can easily be the colorful centerpiece for a Maryland getaway. More info...
 photo of horse raceHorse Heritage
Steeplechases, dressage competitions, polo, and even jousting, all have strong identities in the state. Also, consider the extensive number of horse farms located in pockets of “Maryland horse country” across the state. More info...
 Ice Creamphoto of a boy with ice cream
Maryland has numerous dairies, creameries and specialty shops that serve up your favorite scoops. Maryland even has an Ice Cream Trial!
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Lighthouses of Maryland
photo of a lighthouseLighthouses have long dotted the shores and waters of Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. Who would have guessed that structures once used to guide sailors are now among the most popular tourist attractions in the world? More info... 
 Photo of a dog in Ravens jerseyPet Friendly
Traveling with your pets? There are many pet friendly travel destinations in Maryland.
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 photo of a runner in BaltimoreRunner's Guide
Running isn't just a great way to stay in shape—it also provides you with a passport for exploring the state's rich history and natural wonders. From low—traffic roads to technical trails, here is a sampling of the best running spots across Maryland's five regions. More info...
 Stand-up PaddleboardPhoto of a man stand-up paddleboarding
Stand-up Paddleboard, loving referred to as SUP, is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing watersports and is a new way to have fun on many of Maryland's waterways. More info...
 Maryland Trailsphoto of two people hiking
Experience the state's scenic hiking, cycling and paddling routes! Now is the time to lace up your hiking boots, tighten your bike chains and map out a route along any one of Maryland's rails to trails.
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 Water Trails
photo of people on paddle boatThough you might not have guessed it, one of the best ways to see Maryland is by water. Maryland's vast network of water trails provides a unique look at the state's diverse geographical landscape and history. More info...
   

     

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