The largest city in Maryland is Baltimore, which also serves as a significant seaport on the Patapsco River's broad estuary.
Fort McHenry National Monument
The National Anthem, The Star Spangled Banner, was supposedly inspired by Fort McHenry, which was constructed between 1798 and 1803 to control the harbour entry.
Walters Art Gallery
One of the few museums in the world that presents a thorough history of art from the third millennium BC to the early 20th century is this highly regarded international institution.
The National Aquarium, housed in a stunning structure with views of the Inner harbour, is the Baltimore attraction that receives the most visitors.
Inner Harbor and Historic Ships
The three-masted sailing sloop-of-war USS Constellation, which saw combat during the Civil War, is the oldest.
Oriole Park at Camden Yard
Take a weekend trip to Baltimore to attend a game. The official home of the Baltimore Orioles, the city's Major League Baseball team, is here.
Maryland Science Center
The museum's three levels are filled with scientific exhibits aimed for children, but adults will find it fascinating as they learn about physics, space exploration, and other.
Baltimore County Public Library is a network of public libraries with its main office in Towson. It was founded in 1948.
Basilica of the National Shrine
One of the first Roman Catholic cathedrals in the country is the Basilica of the Shrine. When John Carroll was the archbishop, it was constructed.