Maryland is currently experiencing the first wave of growth for its annual convention season.
In addition to the big shows and other events, this year will see some new and exciting attractions added.
With the release of the 2019 Maryland Tourism and Convention Commission’s official guide, here are the top 10 attractions to look forward to at the 2018 Maryland convention season:1.
The Old Post Office Pavilion at the Maryland Zoo and Botanical Garden2.
The Washington Monument at the National Museum of American History3.
The White House at the White House4.
The National Mall at the Lincoln Memorial5.
The Lincoln Memorial at The National Museum6.
The Mall at Lincoln Memorial7.
The Capitol Building at the Capitol Building8.
The State House at State House9.
The Jefferson Memorial10.
The George Washington Memorial1.
AVA.com/Maryland Tourist Bureau2.
Anne Arundel County Visitors Bureau3.
D.C. Metro Rail Authority4.
Washington Park Conservancy5.
National Park Service6.
Maryland Science Center7.
Capital Beltway Authority8.
Baltimore City Department of Transportation9.
Montgomery County Public Works10.
Capital Park Service (CAPP)1.
National Capital Region Office of Parks and Recreation (NCROPR)2.
Maryland Department of Tourism3.
Maryland Office of Emergency Management4.
National Parks Service5.
Maryland State Parks (MSP)6.
Metro Maryland Transportation Authority7.
Washington County Public Library8.
Maryland Agricultural Commission9.
Prince George’s County Department of Parks & Recreation10.
Metro D. C. Department of Conservation1.
Maryland Parks and Tourism2.
Prince William County Department Of Parks & Rec3.
Prince Frederick County Department OF Parks &Rec4.
Montgomery, Montgomery County, Anne Aroostook County Department & Recreation5.
Prince Edward County Department’ Recreation6.
Montgomery and Anne Arosostook Counties Department of Water and Sewer Systems7.
Prince Georges County Departmentof Water & Sewer System8.
Prince Harry County DepartmentOf Water & Water Supply9.
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