Maryland December 16, 2017
9 Enchanting Maryland Towns That Feel Like You’ve Fallen Into A Snow Globe
Don’t stay indoors this holiday season when there are so many enchanting towns to explore! Check out these 9 places in Maryland that could be straight out of a snow globe. Bring your camera and some Christmas spirit.
1. Havre de Grace
During the holiday season, Concord Point Lighthouse in Havre de Grace gets a seasonal ribbon, and it's the perfect little scene for a photo. It's also picture perfect throughout all of winter with a fresh coat of snow.
This Christmas-infused town offers horse-drawn carriage rides during December. This spot is full of spirit, and is great for shopping for last minute gifts.
3. St. Michaels
St. Michaels has plenty of holiday events to keep you busy this December, plus most of the shops decorate with twinkling lights. Don't miss out on all of the festivities.
While downtown Annapolis is great for holiday shopping, be sure to explore the other areas of the town, like the wreath-covered Maryland State House. This place looks like it's out of a Hallmark movie.
5. Ellicott City
Don't miss out on all of the beautifully decorated shop windows in Ellicott City this holiday season. The town is full of character year-round, and it's a nice place to snap some photos after it snows.
With so many church steeples, Cumberland is already a postcard-worthy town. During Christmas, it becomes even more enchanting. Check out the downtown area that's full of sparkling lights.
7. National Harbor
With so many stores and restaurants, the National Harbor is superb for a day of holiday shopping. Not only is there a giant Christmas tree at the harbor, but you can also head to the Gaylord National Resort to see this surreal floating tree, the nightly light show, and visit the seasonal ICE sculpture display.
The charming town of Frederick is full of unique boutiques, most of which go all out for the holiday season. Also check out the seasonal events, which will fill you with Christmas cheer.
We can't have a list of snow globe towns without mentioning Oakland. This small spot in western Maryland is cozy and charming. With a fresh coat of snow, it looks like it's straight out of a storybook.
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