No matter where you go in America, you can find all sorts of museums for art, history, science, and all sorts of subjects you didn’t even know were important enough to get a museum dedicated just to them. For residents of Salisbury, Maryland, the museums of the Smithsonian Institute are just a two-hour drive across the Chesapeake Bay. However, you can also find a few museums without having to leave the Eastern Shore.
When spring comes around, it is hard to stay inside all the time as the snow melts and the trees begin to blossom. Not that you should be staying cooped up inside all day, anyway. But if you’re looking for an excuse and you happen to be in Maryland’s neighborhood, you should check out one of the many spring festivals that take place in the state.
Located 50 miles south of Washington, D.C. along the Potomac, Fredericksburg, Virginia happens to be in one of the oldest and most beautiful parts of the country. Maybe that’s why botanical gardens are so common that Fredericksburg residents have several destinations they can choose from if they want to see a cultivated garden this spring.
With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, now’s the time to stock up on green attire and start planning your itinerary for the day. If you’re not sure where to start, here are a few fun ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in and around Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Whether you’re taking a quick lunch break or enjoying a nice meal out with the family, you’ll find plenty of cheap eats in Fredericksburg. Here’s a list of just three restaurants we think you’ll love.