SeeAmerica.org Home Page
United Kingdom
State GuideAttractions & ActivitiesHot Travel DealsTravel Ideas & PackagesTraveler Tips & ToolsCommunity
US Travel Search     
About SeeAmerica.org   Site Map   Contact
maryland Vacation Offers
Travel Highlights

Events & Festivals
Shopping
Restaurants & Dining

About maryland

Fast Facts
Weather
Transportation
Local Media
Travel Articles

Get Interactive

Multimedia Gallery
Did You Know?
Send an e-postcard

Planning Your Trip

Maps, Guides & More
Official Maryland Website
Request Official Visitor's Guide

Search This State
 

Home > Maryland

Welcome to Maryland!

Maryland at a Glance
Capital: Annapolis
Nickname: Old Line State
Bird: Baltimore Oriole
Tree: White Oak
Largest City: Baltimore
Neighboring States: Delaware, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia

Official State Website
http://www.mdisfun.org/
Request Official Visitor's Guide

Official Contact Information
Maryland Office of Tourism Development
217 E. Redwood St
9th floor
Baltimore, MD 21202
1-800-MDISFUN


Be reminded of upcoming events, learn about special travel deals and be notified of special offers and sweepstake promotions.
Sign Up Today!

Great Trip Ideas
4-Day George Washington Country by American Travel Center

3-Day The Start of the Civil War by American Travel Center

Civil War Crossroads of Maryland

21-day �Southern Sun" U.S.A Roadtrip - our most popular for over 30 years

5-Day Turning Points In American History Package by American Travel Center

Show Me More...

 



Travel opportunities abound in Maryland. The shores that surround the state bring thousands of visitors seeking water recreation such as Ocean City, Maryland's most popular ocean resort. Clams, crabs and oysters are bountiful for both catching and dining. Annapolis, located in Maryland's south, is the state's capital and also the sailing capital of America. Maryland's maritime past is evidenced throughout the state with maritime museums, such as the Baltimore Maritime Museum, located in Baltimore - the state's largest city. In Maryland's south, Civil War buffs will want to visit the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in Frederick.

Upcoming Events
February 16, 2006 - February 26, 2008
Visible Proofs: Forensic Views of the Body
Bethesda, MD

Show Me More...

 

Travel Industry Services & Login | Link to Us | Suggest Content | About SeeAmerica.org | Site Map
Contact Us | Home | Privacy Statement | Terms of Use


© 2007 SeeAmerica.org and the Travel Industry Association of America (TIA) All Rights Reserved.