Despite Maryland's small size, the state is one of the most densely populated in the United States. Visitors to Maryland can sample a wide variety of climates and topography, from the coastal regions of the Chesapeake Bay to the rolling mountains of the Appalachians. The major urban areas of the state give visitors a chance to experience Maryland's history and culture through museums, theater productions, art festivals and much more.
- Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds 1450 Generals Hwy. Crownsville, MD 21032 in Crownsville, MD
Every September, Crownsville hosts the Anne Arundel County Fair so that guests can step back in time to visit the county's agricultural past. Enjoy homemade baked goods and a variety of demonstrations. This has all the traditional fair activities and foods with a unique touch of this county's history.
For more than 35 years, guests have come to Crownsville to enjoy the Maryland Renaissance Festival at the end of summer and early fall. Here, they get the chance to step back in time when knights and ladies ruled the land. There are live performances, costumes, and jousting. After checking out the entertainment be sure to try some of the amazing food choices.