St. Patrick's Day
March 8-17, 2014
We're all Irish on St. Paddy's Day, in fact - it's a week-long high-holiday in Maryland!
Restaurant Weeks and Seafood Festivals
From picking crabs at a table to haute cuisine, Maryland has that and everything in between. Many communities and their local restaurants sponsor a week-long experience so that you can eat to your hearts' content - at a great price.
Spring Home, Garden and Craft Shows
A wide assortment of creative and unique treasures by artists and quality crafts people to inspire your home and garden.
March 21-25, 2014
In March 1634, two English ships -- the Ark and the Dove -- sailed up the Chesapeake Bay, and landed at St. Clement's Island. The adventurers aboard established the colony of Maryland. Come celebrate the arrival of the first colonist to America and the founding of Maryland.
Maryland Movies & Film Festivals
If the second season of House of Cards put you in the mood for outstanding story lines, dramatic scenery and belly laughs, the following events are made of movie magic.
Marylanders love their music! Check out the incredible array of concerts throughout the state.
Now is a great time to get familiar with Maryland wineries. Enjoy Maryland's wine trails, events and festivals too!
The brewing industry in Maryland was started in 1703 in Annapolis by Benjamin Fordham. Since then, over 50 breweries have opened in Maryland, continuing the proud tradition of crafting world class beer.
With our travel deals and discounts, you can afford to have many wonderful Maryland experiences!
Civil War Events
Check out a selection of Civil War-Related events and activites going on around the state this month.
Every month in Maryland you will find events you will not want to miss!
Gay and Lesbian Travel Friendly Maryland
Maryland is one of the first states to allow gay marriage through a voter referendum, demonstrating the welcoming nature of the “Free State.”
Maryland commemorates of the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman in 2013, the 100th anniversary of Tubman’s passing.
Maryland is becoming a renowned destination for gaming excitement and new state-of-the-art casinos offering a variety of entertainment, dining and shopping options.
Maryland's capital, Annapolis is also know at the "United States Sailing Capital" as it is one of America’s premier maritime centers. More than four million visitors from around the world enjoy this historic seaport and the activities it hosts. Since 1970, the U.S. Sailboat and Powerboat Shows have been held annually on the City Dock. The National Sailing Hall of Fame is located on the City Dock next to the United States Naval Academy.