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Aberdeen Proving Ground

(APG Aberdeen, MD 21005)

Established 20 October 1917, the base has helped Aberdeen to become the city that is before you now.  Please take a moment and stop by and see one of the oldest military bases.  APG is also known for its ORDNANCE MUSEUM.


Baltimore Inner Harbor

(Pratt Street Baltimore MD 21201)

Baltimore's Inner Harbor is one of the most photographed and visited features of the city. It has been one of the major seaports in the United States since the 1700's and started blossoming into the cultural center of Baltimore that it has become today since the 1970's.



Ripken Baseball Academy

(873 Long Drive Aberdeen, MD 21001)

The Ripken Academy, home of Ripken youth camps and tournaments, consists of a youth-sized version of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, known as Cal Sr.'s Yard and youth-sized replicas of Wrigley Field, Fenway Park and Memorial Stadium.


Bulle Rock Golf Club

(320 Bleinheim Lane Havre de Grace, Md 21078)

The 18-hole, world-class championship course at Bulle Rock was laid out by renowned designer Pete Dye.  A must play if you are in the area!  Bulle Rock Golf Course is currently one of the a homes of the LPGA.


Maritime Museum

(100 Lafayette St. Havre de Grace, MD 21078)

The Maritime Museum is situated where the Susquehanna River meets the Chesapeake Bay, tells the story of this regionís rich maritime heritage. Teaming with numerous species of flora and fauna and having highly navigable waters, made this unique environmental setting the perfect backdrop for generations of inhabitants.


Hays House Museum

(324 Kenmore Ave. Bel Air MD 21014)

We'd like to tell you about the premier museum of colonial life in early Harford County, Maryland.  Stop by and learn how people did everything before electricity.  Wow we can't even imagine!


Susquehanna Museum

(817 Conesto St. Havre de Grace, MD 21078)

Construction began on the canal in 1836 and was completed in 1840.  The 45 miles of canal ran from Havre de Grace at the top of the Chesapeake Bay to Wrightsville, PA.  It linked with other canals to open central Pennsylvania to convenient trade with Philadelphia and Baltimore.  Twenty-nine locks raised mule-drawn canal boats a total of 233 feet. 


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