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Use Central Maryland as your jumping off point to discover historic sites, natural wonders, cultural attractions and more throughout its bustling cities and friendly towns.
Explore Annapolis, the capital city of Maryland. Walk along cobblestone streets and admire the historic Colonial brick homes lining its streets. Take a tour of the U.S. Naval Academy and see the next generation of Navy leaders throughout town in their distinctive white uniforms. Learn more about the surrounding Chesapeake Bay at the Annapolis Maritime Museum.
American history and metropolitan life converge in Baltimore. Stroll along the waterfront in Inner Harbor or discover the historic neighborhood of Fells Point. Don’t miss the Maryland Zoo in Druid Hill Park, the Baltimore Museum of Art near Johns Hopkins University and the Walters Art Museum in Mount Vernon.
Just outside Baltimore, discover an important piece of American history at Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine. During the War of 1812, the U.S. Army defended the star-shaped fort from a British Navy attack, inspiring Francis Scott Key to write what would later become known as The Star-Spangled Banner, the national anthem of the United States.
Stroll through Columbia, a planned community made up of 10 small villages. Relax in its many natural parks, such as Lake Kittamaqundi or Lake Elkhorn. See an outdoor concert at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Symphony Woods.
Enjoy the great outdoors in North Point State Park, located in Edgemere on a peninsula jutting out into the Chesapeake Bay. During the War of 1812, British troops passed through the park along the Defenders Trail. Follow in their footsteps as you hike, wade in the bay and try your hand at crabbing.
Take a leisurely walk through Bethesda, which sits just a few miles outside Washington, D.C. Sample the affluent neighborhood’s many restaurants and check out its world-class galleries.
Although Central Maryland’s towns and cities have plenty to keep you busy, don’t forget about things to see and do that are a bit more off the beaten path. Discover rolling vineyards, miles of sandy coastline, serene forests and more, all just a short drive from the nation’s capital.
Conveniently located in the heart of downtown Baltimore, this Art Deco hotel is 3 blocks from the National Aquarium and Hippodrome Theatre, and across from the Metro Station.
Ideally located on Thomas Circle, near Massachusetts Avenue in the heart of Washington DC, this Kennedy-era hotel is 0.3 miles from MCPherson Square Metro Station and 0.7 miles from the Smithsonian Museums. The White House is 6 blocks from the hotel.
This Washington hotel sits just 4 blocks from the Verizon center, 6 blocks from the White House and just 7 blocks from the National Mall. The Smithsonian Museum and national monuments are nearby. In-lobby access to Metro Center also available.
This Washington, DC luxury hotel is in a shopping district, 2 blocks from Dupont Circle, 4 blocks from Georgetown, and 1 mile from the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
This Four Diamond property is located on the river just 20 minutes from Downtown DC. Situated in National Harbor's waterfront development with easy access to Downtown DC in Water Taxis and Shuttles.
Radisson Hotel Baltimore Downtown - Inner Harbor is a 10-minute walk from the Inner Harbor and Baltimore Convention Center. Attractions within a 10-minute walk of the hotel include Walters Art Museum and the Maryland Historical Society. Camden Yards is 12 minutes away on foot.
Located in Chinatown, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Verizon Center and Ford's Theater. White House and United States Capitol are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Getting to the airport couldn’t be easier for guests at this budget-friendly hotel, located within a 10-minute drive of BWI. There’s a free shuttle to take the stress out of making a flight, and the hotel is a 20-minute cab ride from downtown Baltimore.