The Blessing of the Fleet in October is a great time to visit.It's been eventful – there's been cringe group therapy sessions, Calum Best got pushed off a boat by a woman he stood up and we've seen some very surprising twists, but did any of the celebs actually find love?Oh, baby: Reese Witherspoon is a mom for the third time.
Mary’s City, and retrace important sites of the Civil War and the War of 1812.
It’s all waiting for you in beautiful Southern Maryland.
Hear the roar of race bikes as the greatest riders from around the world defy gravity while risking life and limb as they tackle one of the toughest motocross courses anywhere.
Riders soar through the air over the legendary Budds Creek Motocross Park, home to the AMA Nationals, three World Championships and racing nearly every weekend in the summer. Clement’s Island Museum (located on the mainland) and learn about the history of the early colonists through to the watermen of today, then board the ferry to explore the 40-acre island where Maryland’s first European settlers landed.
More about top things to see and do in historic St. Ever wonder where the saying “Your name is Mudd,” came from? Now part of the “Escape of the Assassin Trail,” this former home of Dr.
Samuel Mudd became part of American history when John Wilkes Booth fled here after assassinating President Abraham Lincoln.With wine tastings, concerts and even ghost walks, there’s always something happening at Sotterley.This beautiful plantation on the Patuxent once welcomed George Washington and offers a rare glimpse back in time with buildings dating back more than 300 years, including a rare, preserved slave cabin. Home to one of the Union’s most infamous prisoner-of-war camps, Point Lookout has been called the most haunted place in America.If you want to take the family out to the ball game, Blue Crabs baseball is a guaranteed hit.One of the true gems of minor league baseball, Regency Furniture Stadium is designed to look like an historic Maryland tobacco barn and offers beautiful lawn seating in the outfield.“Both mom and baby are healthy and the entire family is thrilled.” The baby is Witherspoon’s first child with her husband, whom she married in March 2011.