In the last piece, we visited many top attractions in Maryland, and they just so happened to be in four different cities. Let’s see how many we get to this time as we explore more of what this state has to offer. Where do you think we are going to end up first? There is always a good chance it will be Baltimore again, as there is tons to do there.
As a matter of fact, it is time to visit The National Aquarium, which is located on East Pratt Street. The dolphin show and the jellyfish exhibit are two of the highlights mentioned in the reviews. While you are looking at this attraction and have Baltimore on your mind, you might also want to consider the Charm City helicopter tour, which is mentioned by one of the reviewers as another fun thing to do. You can imagine you would see some great views.
It is back to Annapolis, Maryland, and this attraction is going to be located downtown on Main Street. You see, historic Annapolis is one of the most popular attractions in the state. The Naval Academy, the State House and the city dock are three things you can check out while you are there, each of them an attraction of their own.
The American Visionary Art Museum is located on Key Highway in Baltimore. This is supposed to be a cool place according to reviewers. There is an on-site restaurant, too, called Mr. Rains Fun House. It is time to leave Baltimore and Annapolis for a minute though and go to another Maryland city, Oakland. In Oakland is Swallow Falls State Park, and it is located on Herrington Lane. There is going to be some hiking to do, but the reviewers say the hiking trails aren’t difficult. Get ready for some beautiful scenery.
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is on T Wallace Drive in Cambridge, Maryland. You are going to see bald eagles, snow geese and more according to the reviews. People also mention that you can walk or ride your bike there by the water. The trails are said to be flat, so they shouldn’t be strenuous, just fun. You might as well get in as much nature as you can while you are outside of Baltimore because that city is going to wear you out. Enjoy making your way around to all of these Maryland attractions.