Fort McHenry National Monument

Baltimore, Maryland, United States, was successfully defended by the star-shaped fort at Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine during the War of 1812.

Fell's Point Maryland

Fell's Point shipyards gained notoriety for building topsail schooners, sometimes known as "Baltimore clippers," which were recognized for their excellent speed and maneuverability.

Ocean City Beach

Ocean City is renowned for its boardwalk, beaches, and fishing and crabbing industries as well as for its welcoming attitude for families.

Seneca Creek State Park

The center of a path network that is exclusive to Maryland is Schaeffer Farm. The backbone of a network is made up of the trails at Seneca Creek State Park.

U.S. Naval Academy

On August 21, 1961, the U.S. Department of the Interior recognised the U.S. Naval Academy complex as a National Historic Landmark.

Oriole Park at Camden Yards

The first of the "retro" big league ballparks built in the 1990s and early 2000s, and the home field of the Major League Baseball team Baltimore Orioles.

National Aquarium

The National Aquarium has developed into a top museum in Baltimore and the biggest paid visitor attraction in Maryland.

Sagamore Spirit Distillery

For its American Straight Rye Whiskies, Sagamore Spirit is renowned across the world and has won over 100 accolades for outstanding flavour.

Ocean City Boardwalk

The boardwalk is jam-packed with stores, eateries, amusements, and games. It was ranked among the top boardwalks for eating in the country by USA Today.

The Walters Art Museum

Baltimore, Maryland is the location of the Walters Art Museum. The collection of the museum includes 36,000 items from different countries.