Everyone loves trains. From wee tots to the older generation, these grand and historic locomotives are a unique way to get around and offer a step back in time. If you’ve been looking online for day trips near me in Maryland for a quick getaway, we got these four (plus more!) incredible day trips you can take by train. These awesome scenic train rides will blow your mind!

If you’ve been searching for train day trips near me in Maryland, why not take one of these? Have you experienced any of these day trips by train? Share below, and be sure to also check out these 15 unique day trips in Maryland that are an absolute must-do.

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Are there any train-themed restaurants in Maryland?

Yes, there are several train-themed restaurants around the Old Line State. You can head to Hagerstown and stop by Railroad Junction Family Restaurant for some comfort food. Sykesville Station Restaurant and Bar in Sykesville occupies the building of an old historic train station. It’s a beautiful space to enjoy a meal of southern-inspired food.

What train museums can I visit in Maryland?

Aside from the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, you can visit the Bowie Railroad Museum, the Brunswick Heritage Museum, B&O Ellicott City Station Museum, and the Hagerstown Roundhouse among others around the state. Maryland is full of fascinating railroad history and we are lucky that so much of that history has been preserved around the state.

What other day trips can I take in Maryland?

Maryland is a beautiful state with so much to see and do. Day trips are usually the best option to explore the Old Line State and we have several that you may be interested in taking. Take our Wine and Waterfalls Day Trip for an adventure to some of the best wineries and scenic waterfalls around the state. If you prefer to explore the unique side of Baltimore, take this weird and wonderful day trip around Charm City. Or you can visit the National Harbor and explore the boardwalks, art installations, shops, restaurants, rides, and more.

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