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A History Lover's Itinerary

Given Maryland’s nearly 400 years of history – it became a colony in 1632 and a state in 1788 – you could easily spend a month in the state and visit a different historic site, museum, or attraction every day. But if you’re big on history and short on time, just a few days spent in and around…

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Adrenaline-fueled Adventure Awaits

There is a sense of kinship one feels watching the Brood X cicadas emerge from their self-imposed sequestration. While similarities between us start to trail off much beyond that, it is undeniably time for us humans to break free from our shells and spread our proverbial wings. To this end, there…

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Enjoy Your Own Private Pavilion at the Park

Anne Arundel County Recreation and Parks encompasses more than 140 parks and sanctuaries including larger regional parks, community parks, nature areas, two swim centers, two golf courses and wide ranging programming designed for all to enjoy the thousands of acres of land that fall under the…

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Medieval Times at Arundel Mills

Riotous revelry, a tournament of champions and a feast fit for a Queen! This is what awaits you at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Arundel Mills. Have you often wondered what happens behind the castle walls of a Medieval Times performance? Annapolis Discovered was recently welcomed…

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Mayo Beach Park

Mayo Beach Park is named for Commodore Isaac Mayo who was born in 1794. Image courtesy of the author. Owned and operated by Anne Arundel County, Mayo Beach Park is a 22-acre multi-use recreational facility sitting at the mouth of the South River and Chesapeake Bay. It’s located at the end of…

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