Maryland's landscape is diverse and its weather varied. Summers in the city can feel muggy and humid, while up in the mountains the air is (slightly) cooler. And closer to the bay, a breeze always seems to be blowing.
Summers in Maryland also mean hiking, swimming, sailing, biking, and pretty much any other outdoor activity you can think of. A diverse landscape means near endless possibilities for adventure and entertainment. Whether you are going solo, with a group of friends, or exploring as a whole family, there is something to do and lots of wonders to be seen.
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The museum shop at the Maryland Historical Society has outdoor guides and books, as well as apparel and accessories to bring on your adventure. And if it is just too muggy and you feel like staying inside, you can bring the "outdoors" to you with nautical and nature-themed items for your kitchen, bath, and home.