Experience Francis Scott Key’s Frederick

Francis Scott Key’s uniquely American story begins and ends in Frederick. Frederick’s Mount Olivet Cemetery is the final resting place of “Star-Spangled Banner” author Francis Scott Key, and the cemetery also has an impressive monument dedicated to Key. Key was aboard a ship near Baltimore Harbor during the bombardment of Fort McHenry on Sept. 13-14, […]

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Visit Calvert County, Maryland

Calvert County is Maryland’s smallest county in land area with 213 square miles. It is home to over 88,000 people and has one of the highest standards of living in Maryland. There are more than 5,200 businesses in the county and a labor force of at least 1.8 million resides within a one-hour drive. Major […]

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Maryland’s Craft Breweries

In 1703, Queen Anne of Great Britain dispatched Benjamin Fordham to the new port of Annapolis in the New World to start a brewery — one of the essentials for a thriving colony. Today, the Brewer’s Association of Maryland is a collection of breweries and brewpubs that continue the state’s craft-beer tradition. […]

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