Patuxent River, site of Barney's Flotilla, from Jefferson Patterson Park in St. Leonards, Maryland
Patuxent River from Jefferson Patterson Park in St. Leonard's, Maryland
Can't wait for Star-Spangled Banner Trail completion to get out and explore? Here are a few itineraries that cover many of the same places the Trail will connect.

The Star-Spangled Banner Byway follows a northerly course, tracing the chronology of the Chesapeake Campaign as British troups made their way along the bay, leading up to the perilous fight in Baltimore, Maryland.

Baltimore's Star-Spangled Trails provide walking, biking and driving tours memorializing local history including the Baltimore riots, the historic seaport, and Baltimore's many historic neighborhoods.

Annapolis, Maryland offers daytrip ideas celebrating African American heritage, the Naval Academy, the Chesapeake Bay and more.

US Capitol Building
US Capitol Building, Washington, DC

Cultural Tourism DC has a number of self-guided and guided walking and biking tours, including trips to Capitol Hill and Georgetown.

Join a park naturalist on the Bladensburg Waterfront Park's pontoon boat to search for birds and other wildlife in the Anacostia River, departing from Bladensburg, Maryland.

See Old Town Alexandria, Virginia in a whole new light! Tour by candlelight with a costumed guide and see how guests experienced the sites before the advent of electricity.

Last updated: March 31, 2012

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