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12 things to do for Spring Break in Maryland


Staying in the Old Line State for spring break and need something to do?


We've got you.


Starting in Annapolis- the capital of Maryland and home to the US Naval Academy. With historic homes, delicious bites and beautiful views there's plenty to do in Naptown.


  1. Take a ride on the Harbor Queen and see Annapolis from the water.

  2. Brunch is always a good idea and there's no better than local favorite Iron Rooster. It could be the downtown vibe but it's probably the homemade poptarts.


Let's head north to Baltimore- birthplace of the U.S. national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner".


3. Take the whole family to Port Discovery Children's Museum. 3 floors of hands-on experiences, interactive exhibits, and entertaining programs.


4. Dive Deep at the National Aquarium. Explore 2,200,000 US gallons of water featuring Shark Alley and a tropical rainforest.


5. If Dolphins aren't your thing, you can always go see Orioles at the park. What's better than a sunny day and a baseball game. The Orioles open their season March 28, 2024 against the Angels.


6. Take a Hike. On your way to DC, pass through Howard County to see the Bollman Truss Bridge. One of the oldest standing iron railroad bridges in the United States. The bridge is the trail head for the Savage Mill Trail (0.8mile) that winds along the Little Patuxent River.


If you're in the DMV for Spring you have to see the cherry blossoms.


7. Cherry Blossoms can be found not only in DC but picturesque blooms grow in Montgomery County as well. Hop in the car, roll down the windows and enjoy a symbol of Friendship.


8. Take a spin on the Capital Wheel. Take in the bird’s eye view of the nation’s capital, Washington Monument, National Harbor from 180 feet above the Potomac River.


9. See a show! There are may incredible shows on stage this spring- from off Broadway to local theatre productions. The Ford Theatre is showing Little Shop of Horrors a hilarious sci-fi musical .


The Eastern Shore has the seafood and sunsets you're looking for on Spring Break.


10. The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is the perfect day trip along with a quick bit to eat and see browsing quiet shops. The museum is 18 acres of Chesapeake Bay artifacts, exhibitions, and vessels.


11. While in St. Michaels you should check out the local breweries. Eastern Shore Brewing is celebrating 17 years of IPAs, Ales and their Black Eyed Susan Sour Ale.


12. If you've made it this far there's only one thing left to do, Crabs + Crushes.


There are many local spots to get both these local favorites- Harris Crab House in Grasonville is a top spot if you're still on the shore. If you want the best crabcakes it's back to Baltimore for Koco's Pub's massive 11oz crabcake. If you're after the perfect crush and maybe some grilled oysters,

Mama's On The Half Shell has you covered.


Happy Spring Maryland, if your Spring plans include house-hunting you know where to find us.

March 22, 2024. Lauren Matera.

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