If you are looking for a fun time together with the whole family, then it is highly recommended that you check out Maryland. When it comes to fun things to do, then you will be astounded as to what Maryland can offer. Whether it’s a big city or small, Maryland is filled with fun tourist attractions from Frederick to Silver Spring to Hagerstown. The biggest city Annapolis offers plenty of fun attractions from a pirate cruise site to Navy football, while still managing to have that welcoming small-town vibe. Cities like Bethesda and Salisbury are often underrated but are definitely worth visiting. As far as popularity goes, Baltimore comes out on top.
Here are some of the fun, out of the box activities that you should experience while in Maryland.
Just so you know, Maryland is pretty much the States’ museum mecca. This is where you’ll find some of the most famous museums like The Smithsonian, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, and the Walters Art Museum. However, there are other lesser known museums that are worth visiting like Lifesaving Museum in Ocean City and the Cryptology Museum in Jessup. If you are looking to soak yourself in the history and culture of the United States, then there is no better place to visit than Maryland.
Eat The Best Crabs in America
Now, for some gastronomic goodness, it is a must that you try eating Maryland’s famous crabs. Eating crabs is not just a simple act of eating a seasonal food, it is the quintessential and social Maryland experience. You can’t just deny that wonderful aroma of the bay and vinegar, on top of the taste of beer and melted butter, as well as the sound of wooden mallets hitting the shell. If you are lucky, you will be digging in on the crabs while enjoying a great view of the water.
Do Ghost Hunting
If you are the type who’s looking for some unconventional adventure, then why not tour some of the most haunted places in Maryland, known to be a very haunted state. The state has spawned Edgar Allen Poe, and this is where Blair Witch Project was filmed. Some of the best haunted sites that you can visit include: Decoursey Bridge in Lower Dorchester, Point Lookout, Pocomoke Forest, Old Bohemia, Kitty Knight House, Judges Bench and many more. It is a truly spooky experience that you won’t forget soon.