For anyone interested in that sort of thing, Maryland also has a number of 'haunted' sites. Everything from haunted forts to haunted lighthouses, ghostly civil war battlefields to haunted eastern shore mansions you're sure to 'catch' something. . .
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You should defintaly visit the Baltimore area. Ofcourse theres crabs like everyone else said but there are also great attraction in the area such as the zoo, aquarium, my favorite the breweries, and much more. Either way its a good time. Friends and I visit all the time.
I just want to echo what everyone has already said. Crabs, or course, but we have so much to do that people dont' know about. I lived in Texas for a while and people always said, "Maryland, what's in Maryland." We've got beaches, mountains, all four seasons, some really cool historical stuff related to the Civil War, part of the appalachian trail, etc. Everytime someone comes to visit us that has never been before, they are shocked at how pretty it is....
We have a bad reputation but the harbor area and Mt. Vernon are really great, it really is an interesting city, but if you could only stay for a little while, I would highly suggest the aquarium and the harbor, its just beautiful.
Also annapolis and the naval academy, but I prefer B-more
We were just talking about this over the weekend while visiting a fall festival in the mountains of Thurmont, Maryland. Maryland is a state that you can visit the mountains, the beach, two major cities (Washington and Baltimore), has all four seasons to enjoy and everything in between.
I lived just past Camp David between Thurmont and Emmitsburg 1985-1992. Very nice area.
Crabs are a good reason. Best place in my opinion is Cantlers in Annapolis. If you're looking for a sight, visit Assateague Island and see the wild horses. Its one of my favorite spots near Ocean City.