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Cheap flights to Maryland

Maryland is one of the 50 U.S. states, and is situated in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States of America. It is bordered by Pennsylvania to the north, Delaware to the east, and Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C. to the south and west. With a total area of a mere 32,133 km2, it is one of the smallest states. It is known by the nickname America in Miniature, owing to the fact that it has a little bit of everything. The largest city is Baltimore. The state capital is Annapolis.

What to see & do

B&O Railroad Museum - The B&O Railroad Museum, formerly the Baltimore & Ohio Transportation Museum, is a museum in Baltimore that exhibits historic railroad equipment. It contains the largest collection of 19th-century locomotives in the country. The museum is housed in the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's old Mount Clare Station.

American Visionary Art Museum - The American Visionary Art Museum, or AVAM, is an art museum dedicated to the preservation and display of outsider art. Established in 1995, the museum has 67,000 square feet of exhibition space, filled with a permanent collection of about 4,000 individual items.

Geppi's Entertainment Museum - Established on 8 September 2006, Geppi's Entertainment Museum is a privately-owned pop culture museum in Baltimore. It depicts the history of pop culture in America from the 17th-century to the modern day and age, with a collection of thousands of pop culture artefacts, including movie posters, various toys, badges, buttons, figurines, magazines, and other memorabilia.

Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum - The Edgar Allan Poe House and Museum in Baltimore is housed in the former home of American writer Edgar Allan Poe. It was the very home where the writer resided when he allegedly wrote many of his works, including the stories King Pest the First. A Tale containing an Allegory, Morella, MS. Found in a Bottle, and The Unparalleled Adventure of One Hans Pfaall, and the poems "Latin Hymn" and "Enigma." The house was designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1972.

Brookside Gardens - Located in Wheaton Regional Park are the Brookside Gardens. The gardens are open to the public daily without charge. Major features of the garden include the Aquatic Garden, Butterfly Garden, Children’s “Fairy Folk” Garden, Maple Terrace, and Azalea Garden. Brookside Gardens is sometimes used as a venue for exhibits such as the Garden of Lights, a light display during the holiday season.

How to get around within Maryland

The Maryland Transit Administration provides different forms of public transit throughout the state. It provides almost 51 local bus lines throughout the Baltimore area alone, along with other commuter buses that operate during morning and evening rush hours on weekdays (except for the 201 bus, which runs every day of the week). There is also the Maryland Area Regional Commuter or MARC Train Service, the Light Rail Shuttle Train, and the 15.5-mile, 14-station Metro Subway.

How to get there

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport receives many international and domestic flights into Maryland. There are flights to Baltimore Airport from Toronto, London, Oranjestad, Cancún, and Nassau, courtesy of Air Canada Express and Southwest Airlines. The airports in northern Virginia, Reagan National Airport and Dulles International Airport, both also receive domestic and international flights.

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