8 Amazing Reasons to Visit Salisbury

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Salisbury Zoo
Salisbury Zoo
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Taps at Evo
Taps at Evo
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Experience Chesapeake culture, sophisticated brewing, and amazing outdoor opportunities in this City by the bay. 

Ward Museum Display Photo By: Clark Vandergrift, OTD

1 Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art

This unforgettable window into the one of the Eastern Shore’s most treasured traditions marks the space where folk art and fine art meet. From traditional Native-American carvings through spectacular modern decoys and fanciful interpretations of wildfowl, this one-of-a-kind museum is simply not to be missed.


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Type:
Arts & Culture


Location:
909 S Schumaker Dr
Salisbury, MD 21804
410-742-4988


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2 The Salisbury Zoological Park

Turn a rest-stop on the way to the beach into an international wildlife adventure at the remarkable Salisbury Zoo. Maryland is home to many great zoos and aquariums, and Salisbury is no exception. One of the best mid-size zoos in the country, this 13-acre park is eminently walkable with more than 100 species on display including adorable river otters, mysterious red wolves, and of course the Salisbury Zoo’s most famous resident, the exotic spectacled bear.  Don’t miss this adventure just off of 50. 


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Type:
Attraction


Location:
755 South Park Dr
Salisbury, MD 21804
410-548-3188


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Biking is a great way to experience Assateague Island. Enter the island from the Visitor's Center over a dedicated pedestrian/bike bridge and ride on paved paths through 4 miles of natural habitat. Photo By: Clark Vandergrift, OTD

3 Ride the Seagull Century

For Maryland bicyclists, Fall means one thing: The Seagull Century. This nationally recognized road ride begins and ends on the campus of Salisbury University and offers three courses — the 100-mile Assateague Century and Snow Hill Century, and the 65-mile Princess Anne Metric — to keep things interesting year to year. Held every October, the Shore’s flat terrain makes this a great intro for long-distance riders, and the incredible scenery keeps the seasoned pros coming back year after year.

Delmarva Bike Week Photo By: Delmarva Bike Week

4 Saddle Up for Delmarva Bike Week

For two-wheeled trekkers who prefer chrome to spandex, Delmarva Bike Week is an absolute can’t-miss rally. Spanning Salisbury, Ocean City, and Milford, DE, Delmarva Bike Week has grown to become one of the most important rides on the East Coast. Get your shiny side up and your rubber side down in Salisbury in September!


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Type:
Events


Location:
31640 Winterplace Parkway
Salisbury, MD 21804
410-548-4914


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Shorebirds Dugout Photo By: Clark Vandergrift, OTD

5 Shorebirds Baseball and the Eastern Shore Baseball Hall of Fame

Not only a must-stop on any Maryland baseball road trip, Shorebirds baseball feels like coming home. The cozy confines of Perdue Stadium put you right on the action, but the hometown fans make this one of the friendliest ballparks around. Other great features include the kids’ carousel in the outfield and the amazing Eastern Shore Baseball Hall of Fame featuring baseball legends like MLB Hall of Famers Jimmie Fox, Frank “Home Run” Baker, and Julius “Judy” Johnson along with Baltimore Orioles legend Harold Baines. Every game time is a great time with the Delmarva Shorebirds!


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Type:
Attraction


Location:
6400 Hobbs Rd
Salisbury, MD 21804
410-219-3112


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Pemberton Historical Park

6 Pemberton Historical Park

One visit to this massive, 262-acre park will leave you wondering what took you so long. Explore beautiful nature trails dotted with colorful waterfowl. Put in a kayak or canoe and explore its ponds and streams. And visit majestic Pemberton Hall for a window into Shore life from before the American Revolution. 


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Attraction


Location:
5561 Plantation Ln
Salisbury, MD 21804
410-548-4900


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Pork in the Park Festival Photo By: Pork in the Park Festival

7 Pork in the Park

Every weekend is a great weekend in Salisbury, but there’s nothing quite like Pork in the Park to feel like a true Eastern Shore native. Combining good ol’ fashioned Eastern Shore BBQ (heavy on the chicken, of course!) with amazing bands, great art and a beautiful hot-air balloon gathering, it’s the perfect Spring kickoff. 


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Events


Location:
6737 Blue Ribbon Road
Salisbury, MD 21804
410-548-4900


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Evolution Craft Brewing Photo By: Clark Vandergrift, OTD

8 Beer Break!

Few towns embrace microbrew culture like Salisbury. Maybe it’s that Eastern Shore “do it yourself and do it right spirit,” but Salisbury is a must for every beer fan with great local breweries like Evolution Craft Brewing which serves up spectacular suds with a side of great grub at their Evo Public House, Tall Tale Brewing offers an outdoor garden area, where beers worthy of their namesakes can be enjoyed. Rubber Soul Brewing with daring options like their Old Toad Spiced Ale and 700cc Session IPA. Don’t miss the annual Good Beer Festival and sample the best of Delmarva and great beers from around the world.  


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Type:
Breweries, Wineries & Distilleries


Location:
200 Elmwood Street
Salisbury, MD 21801
443-260-2337


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Featured Places
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Location:
909 S Schumaker Dr
Salisbury, MD 21804
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Location:
755 South Park Dr
Salisbury, MD 21804
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Location:
31640 Winterplace Parkway
Salisbury, MD 21804
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Location:
6400 Hobbs Rd
Salisbury, MD 21804
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5561 Plantation Ln
Salisbury, MD 21804
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6737 Blue Ribbon Road
Salisbury, MD 21804
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Location:
200 Elmwood Street
Salisbury, MD 21801
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