Maryland (MD)

  • Baltimore's Historic Charles Street

    Baltimore's Historic Charles Street (Maryland)

    The grandest of routes into or out of Baltimore, Historic Charles Street follows the city's best known artery through fashionable cultural, residential, and commercial districts. Visit Charles Street, and you’ll want to stay a while.

  • Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway

    Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway (Maryland)

    Celebrate life on the Chesapeake Bay. Observe watermen bringing their bounty to shore, visit historic towns, and travel through scenic stretches of productive farmland. See the truly special landscape of the Mid-Atlantic Region and gain an appreciation for the working life of Maryland's Eastern Shore farmers, watermen, and merchants.

  • Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway

    Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway (Maryland)

    This byway brings to life the stories of the Underground Railroad, a secret network of roads, waterways, trails, and hiding places along which enslaved African-Americans were helped to freedom before the Civil War.

  • Historic National Road

    Historic National Road (Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia)

    The Historic National Road was the nation's first federally funded interstate highway. It opened the nation to the west and became a corridor for the movement of goods and people. Today, visitors experience a physical timeline, including classic inns, tollhouses, diners, and motels that trace 200 years of American history.

  • Journey Through Hallowed Ground Byway

    Journey Through Hallowed Ground Byway (Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia)

    The 180-mile corridor of the Journey Through Hallowed Ground Byway through Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia is "Where America Happened." It is said that this corridor holds more historic sites than any other in the US.

  • Religious Freedom Byway

    Religious Freedom Byway (Maryland)

    This byway, with several branches that reach toward the Potomac River, incorporates many of the nation's oldest churches, the site of the first Roman Catholic Mass held in English-speaking America, and Maryland's colonial capital, Historic St. Mary's City.