Indulge in World-famous Seafood

Whether your group craves crabs, oysters, fish, or all the above, seafood is the star of Maryland’s culinary scene. For deliciously authentic experiences, include stops along the Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail. You’ll find unique restaurants, seafood markets, and events like Tilghman Island’s Oyster Jam and Brew Fest in November.

Find the Perfect Outdoor Experience

Maryland’s state parks and waterways are a fundamental part of its allure. Immerse your group in natural beauty by exploring mile after mile of serene mountain trails, or provide front-row seats to the largest estuary in the United States by embarking on the Chesapeake Bay Loop. Eager to see it all from the water? Choose one of many guided boat excursions throughout the state.

Feel the Power of History and Culture

History buffs will feel at home in the nation’s seventh-oldest state. Let your group witness the incredible bravery of Harriet Tubman as you follow in her footsteps and discover the Underground Railroad. Provide a dose of military history at destinations like Antietam, Monocacy battlefield, and Fort McHenry, the birthplace of the national anthem. Enjoy winter-themed celebrations like Winterfest in Ocean City and Christmas on the Potomac, or simply soak up the culture of historical cities like Baltimore, Annapolis, and Frederick. If you’re open for providing your group with the trip of a lifetime, Maryland is open for you.

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Drum Point Lighthouse

Calvert County Economic Development and Tourism

A visit to Calvert County, Maryland, provides an opportunity to discover historic sites nestled between waterfront towns and the Chesapeake Bay. Encounter Southern hospitality and heritage while exploring museums, lighthouses, galleries, and shops. Migrate through the award-winning Birding Trail with a hop-on guide, sip your way around the Wine & Ale Trail, or explore the Calvert County Barn Quilt Trail. Finish the day at a waterside restaurant, and plan a return visit!


Carroll Creek
Carroll Creek

Visit Frederick

Make moments that matter with your group in hip and historic Frederick County, Maryland. Experience Frederick County’s storied past at Civil War battlefields, and wander quaint downtowns lined with locally owned boutique shops. Indulge in world-class restaurants, and wind down at dozens of tasting rooms. Frederick County is easily accessible from major highways and 45 minutes from Washington, D.C., and Baltimore. For more information, contact Becky Bickerton at


Muddy Creek Falls
Muddy Creek Falls

Garrett County & Deep Creek Lake Area

Garrett County, located in western Maryland, offers an array of outdoor activities, lodging, and entertainment to appeal to everyone in your group. Located just a few short hours from Pittsburgh, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, northern Virginia, and western Ohio, it is the perfect meeting spot for groups that are spread out. Make memories to last a lifetime in Garrett County, Maryland. Contact Kim Folk (, groups director, to learn more.


Jonathan Hager House Museum
Jonathan Hager House Museum

Visit Hagerstown, MD Convention & Visitors Bureau

Hagerstown, Maryland, is a charming city along the Cultural Trail, offering whimsical art and stories from the past. Follow the trail to Hagerstown’s theaters, museums, and art galleries. Along the way, dine at one of the local eateries. Visit Hagerstown offers many incentives, including lodging rebates, free guide services, and fuel cards. Contact Tiffany Ahalt, director of sales,
for more information.


C&O Canal National Historical Park
C&O Canal National Historical Park

Visit Montgomery, MD

Stories of the Underground Railroad are rich and rooted deep into Montgomery County’s cultural fabric. A multitude of historic sites and outdoor activities, including C&O Canal National Historical Park, Josiah Henson Museum & Park, Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park, and Button Farm Living History Center, make Montgomery County a choice group destination—next door to Washington, D.C.—for heritage experiences.


Toby’s Dinner Theatre
Toby’s Dinner Theatre

Toby’s Dinner Theatre

Featuring Broadway musicals performed in-the-round, Toby’s provides each guest with a dynamic experience because no seat is more than 30 feet from the stage. Celebrating over 40 years with an exceptional buffet-style dinner, Toby’s is convenient to Annapolis, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. The 2023 show schedule includes “Grease,” “Jimmy Buffett’s Escape to Margaritaville,” “Sister Act,” “Miracle on 34th Street,” and “A Chorus Line.”