Learn more about the Roots and Tides Scenic Byway in this new video by the Maryland Office of Tourism!
Featured Four Rivers Heritage Area attractions in the video include:
- United States Naval Academy
- Annapolis Maritime Museum
- Banneker-Douglass Museum
- Maryland State House
- Kunta Kinte-Alex Haley Memorial
- Historic London Town and Gardens
- Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
From Annapolis through southern Anne Arundel County and down into Calvert County, explore the timeless traditions and deep maritime roots of Western Shore towns along the Chesapeake Bay. Go sailing, bird watching, museum hopping or just relax on a sandy beach.
The recreational opportunities are plentiful with each golden Chesapeake Bay day. Enjoy a relaxing beach getaway, navigate the bay’s waters, visit a heritage site or savor a delicious seafood meal. From bayside towns to fishing communities, this byway showcases the history and culture of this region.
About Maryland’s Scenic Byways: Maryland belongs to a longstanding network of national and state byways that include the most distinct and diverse roads of our nation. These corridors embody archaeological, cultural, historic, natural, recreational and scenic qualities that are worthy of preservation and promotion. Maryland’s Scenic Byway program enhances community pride, as well as visitor appeal, by encouraging the responsible management and preservation of the State’s most scenic, cultural and historic roads.
We hope this video inspires you to visit us soon!