Places to visit in Maryland for couples are too many in number that it will be a preferable option to make a list of the ones you are interested in. During winters, it becomes even more romantic as the atmosphere is all sweet and cold. Other than that, there are many historical places in Maryland that are a bliss for all those who are archeological nerds. There are many hidden places in the state in which they also might be interested in. So guys, pack your bags and get going to the state of Maryland which is indeed a blend of all things magical.

The state of Maryland comprises of many hidden gems that are superb for a vacation with your family or with your spouse or instance. During the season of fall, the place is all decorated with all the Halloween stuff which entices the visitor even more. Baltimore is a major city in the state of Maryland and is best known for its remarkable architecture.

Well, let us now brief up about the state of Maryland and get some know-how of the state well in advance.!

Maryland is the state situated in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States of America. The place has been named after the English Queen St. Mary. The climate of the state of Maryland varies from state to state. The state is also prone to cyclones so it is always better to stay updated with the weather conditions before heading out to the place.

Top 50 Places to visit in Maryland, U.S.A.

1Crystal Grottoes Caverns

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About: The place was first discovered in the year 1920 while the construction workers were indulged in a road making project over there! It is since then the place is open to the public for a visit. You will see many formations, ponds, and other natural clusters.

Why Should You Visit: The caverns is a very live type of cave and the only show cave known in the United States of America.

Entry Fees: $20 per person

Timings : 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Official Website: Nil

2Laurel Dinosaur Park

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About: The Laurel Dinosaur Park was established in the year 2009 and is situated near Laurel.  The park has a large number of fossils and remains that date back to the yesteryears. There is also a park that has beautiful signs and a garden.

 Why Should You Visit: You will find here a bunch of Dinosaur Fossils and other remains and will also learn about their significance and history.

Entry Fees: Free

Timings: Sunrise to Sunset

Official Website: Nil

3Wheaton Station Escalator

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About: The place was opened in the year 1990 and is actually a metro station that connects two regions. The major element of the station is that it has 230 feet singe span escalator by which you can travel at the speed of 90 feet per minute.

 Why Should You Visit: You can visit here to take a ride on the longest escalator you will see in your life.

Entry Fees: Nil

Timings: 8:00 am to 9:00 pm

Official Website: Nil

4Calvert Cliff State Park

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About: The Calvert Cliff is situated in the Calvert County that protects a portion of cliffs over there that had begun to erode. You will see here a long sandy stretch where you will find many fossils and interesting trails.

 Why Should You Visit:  You can visit the park for cliff sighting, fishing, trekking etc.

Entry Fees: Adults – $5

Timings: Sunrise to Sunset

Official Website: Nil

5Urology Museum

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About: The Urology Museum was established in the year 1971 and is named after the first curator and founder William Didusch. Here, you will find many urology artifacts that date back to somewhat 300 years back in time.

 Why Should You Visit: You can visit here to check out the 300 years old tools and surgery equipment of the urology department. The museum also features large kidney stones.

Entry Fees: Nil

Timings: Nil

Official Website: Nil

6National Museum of Dentistry

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About: The museum was opened in the year 1996 and is located in the city of Baltimore. It preserves a range of dentistry exhibits. Here, you will also find Queen Victoria’s used dental tools and instruments. The place is perfect for an aspiring dentist.

 Why Should You Visit: You can visit here to check out some historic dental instruments.

Entry Fees: Adults – $7

Timings: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Official WebsiteNational Museum of Dentistry 

7National Electronics Museum

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About: The National Electronics Museum was opened in the year 1980 and is located just a few miles away from the city of Baltimore. It features a range of electronic marvels that include satellites, radars of the United States.

 Why Should You Visit: You can visit the museum to sight some of the best defense electronics that have helped to shape the United States of America.

Entry Fees: Adults – $7

Timings: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Official WebsiteNational Electronics Museum 

8Earthoid Water Tank

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About: The Earthoid Water Tank actually stands for the Earth Globe Water Storage Center and is it is a replica of our Mother Earth. The place has been painted and repainted again and the present one now has a very picturesque view.

 Why Should You Visit: You can visit here for pictures and to sight the amazingly painted marvel. It is a symbol of Earth Day.

Entry Fees: Nil

Timings: Nil

Official Website: Nil

9College Park Airport and Aviation Museum

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About: The museum was opened in the year 1998 and features a display of historic aircraft and other aviation equipment. The place also supports innovation and research in the aviation business.

 Why Should You Visit: You can visit here with your family to sight these aviation marvels and for picnicking.

Entry Fees: Adults – $5

Timings: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Official WebsiteCollege Park Airport and Aviation Museum 

10National Aquarium

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About: The Aquarium is situated in Baltimore and was opened in the year 1981 and was also voted as the best Aquariums in the United States of America. The place rehabilitates and reserves marine animals as well as protect them. The place has over 750 species. Here, you can visit and encounter the bottlenose dolphins, sea turtles etc.

 Why Should You Visit: You can visit here for sighting the beautiful creatures and for a peaceful day out with family.

Entry Fees: Adults – $39.95

Timings:  9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Official WebsiteNational Aquarium 

11Salisbury Zoo

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 Why Should You Visit: The zoo is spread over a space of 12 acres of land and is home to various animals and species such as the American Alligators, Flamingoes, Owls Raptors etc.

Entry Fees: Free

Timings: 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Official WebsiteSalisbury Zoo

12The Maryland Zoo

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Why Should You Visit: The prime motive of the wildlife zoo is to conserve and protect the wildlife species. The second name of the zoo is the Baltimore City Zoo. It was opened in the year 1876. You can also feed the animals and interact with them.

Entry Fees: Adults – $19

Timings: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Official Website: Maryland Zoo

13Plumpton Park Zoo

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Why Should You Visit: The Plumpton Park Zoo is home to about 165 exotic animals and thus many visitors come here for a day out. The place was established in the year 1985 with just a few deers and domestic animals.

Entry Fees: Adults – $13.95

Timings: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Official WebsitePlumpton Park Zoo

14Field of Screams Maryland

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Why Should You Visit: If you want to visit a haunted place and experience some scary moments with your friends then the Field of Screams is the best place for you.

Entry Fees: Depends on activities

Timings:  6:30 pm to 10:00 pm

Official WebsiteField of Screams Maryland 

15Six Flags America

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Why Should You Visit: The place is situated in Baltimore and is one of the biggest attraction in Maryland. It comprises amusing rides which are sure to give you an adrenaline rush.

Entry Fees: Adults – $69.99

Timings: 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Official WebsiteSix Flags America 

16Betterton Beach

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Why Should You Visit: The place is spread around in the 5.2-acre land. On this beach, there are no waves hence one can comfortably relax and let the kids play around

Entry Fees: Nil

Timings: Sunrise to Sunset

Official Website: Betterton Beach

17Maryland State House

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Why Should You Visit: The Maryland State House is situated in Annapolis which is a political place completed in 1979. It has the largest wooden dome that has been constructed without nails.

Entry Fees: Nil

Timings: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Official WebsiteMaryland State House 

18The Walters Art Museum

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Why Should You Visit: The place is a bliss for any artist out there as it features collections of many kinds of artworks and sculptures which are sure to sweep you off your feet.

Entry Fees: Free

Timings: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Official Website: Walters Art Museum 

19National Gallery of Art

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Why Should You Visit: The place is home to many impeccable artworks, sculptures, drawing and other things which are pure masterpieces.

Entry Fees: Free

Timings: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Official WebsiteNational Gallery of Art 

20Swallow Falls State Park

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Why Should You Visit: The Swallow Falls State Park is a recreation park in Maryland. It comprises of hemlock trees which are rare. The place also has several playgrounds, picnics etc.

Entry Fees: $5 per person

Timings: 8:00 am to 8:00 pm

Official WebsiteSwallow Falls State Park 

21Adventure Park, Sandy Spring

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Why Should You Visit: The adventure park offers many adventurous outdoor activities. There are wooden bridges, ropeways etc too for the amazing experience.

Entry Fees: Adults – $56.00

Timings: 10:00 am to 8:00 pm

Official WebsiteAdventure Park, Sandy Spring 

22Catoctin Wildlife Preserve

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Why Should You Visit: The Wildlife Preserve is home to many wildlife creatures and tropical beings. You will experience new exciting adventures as well.

Entry Fees: Adults – $19.75

Timings: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Official WebsiteCatoctin Wildlife Preserve

23Havre De Grace Decoy Museum

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Why Should You Visit: The Havre De Grace Decoy Museum is situated in Havre de Grace in Maryland and was established in the year 1986. It features artifacts that preserve the cultural legacy of the place.

Entry Fees: Adults – $6

Timings: 10:30 am to 4:30 pm

Official WebsiteHavre De Grace Decoy Museum 

24Horse Shoe Casino

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Why Should You Visit: The place is a Casino in Maryland and you can visit here for a simple game with your buddies.

Entry Fees: Nil

Timings: Nil

Official Website: Nil

25Naval Surface Warfare Center

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Why Should You Visit: You can visit here for sighting the Submarine Races. The company actually produces ships, submarine etc for the U.S Army.

Entry Fees: Nil

Timings: Nil

Official WebsiteNaval Surface Warfare Center 

  • #26 Big Escape Rooms
  • #27 Ocean City Beach
  • #28 Breezy Point Beach
  • #29 William Paca Gardens
  • #30 Ladew Topiary Gardens
  • #31 Blackwater National Park
  • #32 Brookside Garden
  • #33 U.S Naval Academy
  • #34 AnnMarie Gardens
  • #35 Somers Cove Marina
  • #36 Baker Park
  • #37 World’s Largest Dead Weight Machine
  • #38 Annapolis
  • #39 Ocean Pines
  • #40 Oakland
  • #41 Chesapeake City
  • #42 Boonsboro
  • #43 Rock Hall
  • #44 Hagerstown
  • #45 Casselman River Bridge
  • #46 Samuel Mudd House Museum
  • #47 Cumberland
  • #48 Chesapeake National Historic Park
  • #49 Clement’s Island State Park
  • #50 Rocky Gap State Park

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