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Destination Maryland

Premiered September 21, 2021 on MPT

Join host Amber Moore for Destination Maryland, Maryland Public Television’s new multiplatform travel guide that takes you to some of the most unique and interesting places in the state. Get insider tips on where to go and what to see, and join culinary segment host Adrianna David for a taste of some of the best cuisine Maryland has to offer.

Locations Featured:

The Calvert Marine Museum (Solomons Island, Calvert County)

Join a newly-minted 11-year-old and his family as they explore the beauty and charm of Solomon’s Island aboard an historic oyster ship known as a bugeye. A cruise on the William B Tennison is one of many reasons families flock to southern Maryland’s Calvert Marine Museum; others include a trio of friendly river otters and a chance to explore the prehistoric history of the nearby Calvert Cliffs.
(Photo Credit: John Paulson)

The Vineyard Wine Bar (Havre de Grace, Harford County)

This Havre de Grace hotspot is known for its extensive wine selection and unique and tantalizing menu. Join “Foodie” host Adrianna David as she sips and samples her way through one of the upper Chesapeake Bay’s culinary gems.

About the program

Destination Maryland takes us from the known to the surprising—at times veering off the beaten path, introducing viewers to places, performers, shops, shows, festivals and experiences that are guaranteed to please both tourists and life-long Marylanders.  It’s a travel guide for the digital age—dynamic, fresh and fun.

Re-airing:

  • Sunday, October 17, 9:00 am - MPT

Preview: Destination Maryland

For information about visiting locations featured in Destination Maryland, please visit https://www.visitmaryland.org/ .

Maryland Office of Tourism

Maryland Department of Commerce is MPT’s co-production partner for Destination Maryland. 

Fort McHenry

Glenstone (Potomac, Montgomery County) 

You could call it a contemporary art museum, but that wouldn’t be quite right. Glenstone is a place that integrates art, architecture and nature into an environment intended to be serene, contemplative and thought-provoking. Works include a 37-foot sculpture made of flowers and another work comprised of sound.