Part 7 of our top 10 places to visit while relocating with SuiteAmerica – our next pit stop is !
Relocating to Maryland? Or do you already live there and are looking for some sites to see? We’ve put together a list of 5 places that are must see attractions for current or future residents.
B&O Railroad Museum
History was born in Baltimore when the first 12 miles of railroad track in the U.S. were laid. This National Historic Landmark brings to life what it was like to ride the rails with impressive displays of historic locomotives and rail cars.
For more information call 410.752.2490 or check out their website at http://www.borail.org/
Clara Barton National Historic Site Museum
This National Historic Site in Glen Echo was home to the founder of the American Red Cross. Clara Barton selflessly dedicated her life to helping others in need. Her house served as the headquarters and warehouse for the American Red Cross for many years. To this day it continues to fly its familiar Red Cross flag.
For more information call 310.320.1410 or check out their website at http://www.nps.gov/clba/index.htm
Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine
Francis Scott Key was inspired to write “The Star Spangled Banner” following a British bombardment on the fort. You can practically hear the words of our National Anthem as you stroll the grounds of this impressive star-shaped fort.
For more information call 410.962.4290 or check out their website at http://www.nps.gov/fomc/index.htm
Fire Museum of Maryland
This fire museum is the third largest of its kind in the world. On exhibit are more than forty antique fire apparatus, memorabilia, fire-fighting equipment, models and photographs. You’ll be impressed with the dedication and courage of fire fighters throughout history.
For more information call 410.321.7500 or check out their website at http://www.firemuseummd.org/
Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Home to the Baltimore Orioles major league baseball team, this ballpark, nestled in downtown Baltimore is known as “The Ballpark That Forever Changed Baseball”. Its unique blending of early 20th century ballparks with the urban setting of downtown Baltimore inspired a generation of ballpark construction.
For more information call 410.685.9800 or check out their website at http://baltimore.orioles.mlb.com/bal/ballpark/
Do you know of any other places to visit in Maryland that you think should be added to the list? We’d love to hear from you!