Maryland November 09, 2016
The Little Town In Maryland That Might Just Be The Most Unique Town In The World
There are a plethora of unique towns in the Old Line State, but some definitely stand out among the rest. The following town is home to historic landmarks, remarkable attractions, and one of the most incredible natural wonders in the world. Brush up on your history and open your mind while visiting Boonsboro, Maryland.
In Washington County, you'll find the little town of Boonsboro. The town has a population of around 3,500 residents and strives to stay in touch with its historic roots.
There are several scenic places in area, including Washington Monument State Park. Pictured here is the Washington Monument, which was constructed in honor of America's first president, George Washington.
Here's the view you'll see from Washington Monument. It's gorgeous year-round, to say the least.
Boonsboro also nods to its past by hosting Civil War reenactments. If you've never witnessed a reenactment, make it a priority at least once.
Not into war history? Then at least go for the stunningly detailed attire.
Head downtown to explore even MORE historic gems at the
Boonsborough Museum of History.
This museum includes treasures from several eras. From Egyptian artifacts to Civil War memorabilia, you're sure to be wowed.
Need a place to stay? The town is home to Inn BoonsBoro, owned by no other than author (and local) Nora Roberts.
Each room is styled after a different literary couple. Pictured here is the Elizabeth and Darcey room. Sound familiar? That's because it's based on the book Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen.
To book your stay, visit the website here
Finally, head to Crystal Grottoes Caverns to explore the most naturally kept cave in the world.
With more formations per square inch than any other place on earth, it's certainly a surreal and rewarding experience.
This Maryland town is a must-visit for lovers of history, and lovers of our state. There's truly no other place quite like it.
Have you visited Boonsboro, Maryland? For more information about this unique and historic town,
visit the website here.