1 Western Maryland
Home to history, innovation, beauty and adventure, Western Maryland is unique in its wealth of opportunities for enjoying outdoor activities, exploring U.S. history and architecture and more. In Western Maryland, getting away feels like coming home. Find out more about things to see and do in Western Maryland.
2 Central Maryland
From Annapolis—Maryland’s capital city and the Sailing Capital of the World—to the bustling metropolis of Baltimore, to the Piedmont forests and the shores of the Chesapeake Bay, the Central Region offers thriving cultural destinations, history, music and more. With so much to do, where do you start? Find out more....
3 Capital Region
Just outside Washington, D.C., unforgettable adventures await. Delight your senses, satisfy your cultural and culinary cravings, and explore history throughout Frederick, Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. Find our about things to see and do in the Capital Region
4 Southern Maryland
In Southern Maryland, history and culture mingle on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. St. Mary's County is home to Historic St. Mary's City, a living museum on the site of Maryland's first capital. Calvert Marine Museum reveals a 35-foot-long Megalodon Shark skeleton. Port Tobacco features a reconstructed 1819 courthouse, now museum with tobacco and Civil War exhibits. Find out more about Southern Maryland's many places to see and things to do.