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Always amazes me how BAD crab cakes are outside of MD (at least the most of the ones we've had!)'s as if they did it on purpose because they know there is no way they could come close....

Quintessential Old Baltimore

Baltimore's last surviving movie palace opened in 1939 and is still showing movies. A $3.5 million renovation completed in October 2013, just in time for its 75th anniversary, restored the building's art-deco splendor. (Pictured: Baltimore filmmaker John Waters and Harris Glenn Milstead - aka Divine - at the 1988 premiere of "Hairspray" at the Senator Theatre.)

so idk if I'm the only one that didn't know about this place in Maryland, but I want to go there at some point of my life. It looks so weirdly cool

Humpty Dumpty - Enchanted Forest - Turner, OR roadside attraction since 1971. A mix of wonder (for little kids), a touch of creepiness (for the big kids), and nostalgic for everyone.

16 Beautiful Places in Maryland You Didn't Know Existed

Best Of AmericanTowns delivers the most interesting and unique places in America right to your fingertips. Browse the best places to eat, live, and visit. Travel freely!