Some local attractions you might consider making part of your trip include:
Sacred Harp Singing in Baltimore Thursday, Aug 5, 7-10pm.
Contradancing at Glen Echo Park on Friday, Aug 6 7:30-11:30pm or Sunday, Aug 8, 7:30-10:30pm.
A baseball game at Camden Yards. The Baltimore Orioles play home games against the LA Angels Tues-Thurs Aug 3-5, and the Chicago White Sox on Friday, Aug 6. All games begin at 7pm.
A visit to the Baltimore Inner Harbor. The aquarium, science center, and cruises are popular attractions. Many of these items are accessible by water taxi, which costs $10 for a day pass, and would also take you to Ft. McHenry.
A visit to Philadelphia. The Liberty Bell, historic district, and South Street area are popular.
A visit to the beaches on the eastern shore of Maryland/Delaware/Virginia.
A visit to Hershey Park in Hershey, PA. An amusement park with roller coasters and water rides, as well as musical entertainment on several stages throughout the park. Zoo America wildlife preserve and free tours of the chocolate factory. Nearby, in York, PA, the Snyder’s pretzel factory also offers free tours.
A cruise of the Susquehanna on the Lantern Queen, departing from Havre de Grace. (We can charter a cruise if 30 people are interested.)
Walking or camping in Susquehanna State Park, or rock-climbing, hiking, or tubing/kayaking in Rocks State Park.
Some restaurants in the area that we like include:
The Tidewater Grille, Havre de Grace
The Lost NY Deli, Main St, Bel Air
Italian Sensation, Churchville Road, Bel Air
My Three Sons, Churchville