4 Maryland Monuments to Visit Virtually

Aerial panorama of Chesapeake Bay Bridge at sunset

Maryland has it all: rich history, beautiful scenery, and vibrant culture. Thanks to technology, you can now explore stunning Maryland monuments from the comfort of our Hanover apartments. Curl up on the couch and take in the best that our state has to offer.

Scenic Byways

Maryland’s scenic byways are a fun and relaxing way to explore small towns and visit stunning landscapes. You can take up to eighteen virtual road trips down these byways right from your living room. The site also provides information about the length of the road, facilities and amenities, and more so that you can plan a trip there in person in the future. Whether you’re interested in wildlife, history, or arts, there is a byway that will take you where you want to go.

Blackistone Lighthouse

You can take a three-dimensional virtual tour of this nineteenth century historic lighthouse, located on St. Clement’s Island. This is a one-of-a-kind virtual experience of a historic site that you won’t want to miss. Be sure to venture up to the top for panoramic views of the Potomac River. Learn more about its long history as you take the tour.

Hampton Mansion

The Hampton Historic Site, considered to be the largest private home in America by 1790, has an incredible story. You can explore it yourself in detail with a three-dimensional virtual tour, where you can view all the historic artifacts on the property, as well as transport yourself into the life of the Ridgley family. Along the way, you will learn about American history and architecture from the eighteenth century to the present day. 

Senator Theater

Watch virtual shows from the historic Senator Theater in Baltimore. It has been streaming movies since 1939, and for the first time you can experience this iconic theater from home. The presentations include independent movies, documentaries, and more. When you buy a ticket, you support the theater directly as well as the film distributors.

These iconic Maryland monuments are just the beginning of what our state has to offer. You can also virtually explore the Maryland Zoo, or check out the online offerings of local museums. And if you’re looking for apartments in Hanover, MD, please contact us today. Our team at the Elms at Stoney Run Village is ready to welcome you home.

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