Things to do in Maryland
If you’re looking for things to do in Maryland, the state’s cultural and historical heritage is well represented in the many museums of Baltimore. They include everything from the Baltimore Museum of Art and its massive collection of modern works in all mediums to the more bound-to-please-your-dad fare at the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum. If you’d rather give yourself the chills, why not drop by the Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum? Just follow your telltale heart.
If you’re trip takes you to Annapolis, be sure to catch a show at Ram’s Head On Stage, a famed indie music venue and then go on any one of the ghost tours the city has become so popular for, though those 21 and up will probably enjoy the boozy Haunted Pub Crawl offered by Annapolis Tours and Crawls the most. Golf fanatics wondering what to do in Maryland should make a trip to Ocean City, a seaside golf oasis just over the border from Delaware. Book a room at the Victorian-era Atlantic Hotel and tee off at any one of the 17 golf courses in the area. If you’re wondering what to do in Maryland and find yourself in Baltimore on the third Saturday in May, don’t forget to don your finest and head to Pimlico Race Course for the Preakness Stakes, one of the three races that make up the U.S. Triple Crown. With the purse now well over $1,000,000 and the last winner, Affirmed, crowned nearly 40 years ago, the stakes are only getting higher.
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