Glen Burnie is a suburb of Baltimore in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Its first resident Elias Glen was a district attorney who established a county seat and named it “Glennsburne” in 1812. It went through a number of changes of names, until it was finally named Glen Burnie.
1. Follow a rail trail: The Baltimore and Annapolis rail trail passes through Glen Burnie and one can hike, jog or bike on this 13.3 mile long trail, as one follows the route of the trains that used this track in the early days.
2. Visit an aquarium: The National Aquarium in Baltimore has local marine life. One can see sharks and sting rays as they pass by. The aquarium also includes a dolphin show. The ecosystem is of a rain forest and the aquarium is a great attraction for both locals and visitors.
3. Taste some seafood: The Harbor place and gallery is a nice place to stroll around in and do some shopping or just enjoy the atmosphere of the place and have a nice seafood meal.
4. Tour a wax museum of African American history: The Great Blacks Wax Museum has over a hundred statues of great American's like Martin Luther King Jr, Fredrick Douglas etc, who made a mark in the history of America. The museum shows the history of America from the slave ships to the present.
5. Catch a baseball game: The Oriole Park at Camden Yards is a fun place to go to watch a game of baseball, at the former home of the O's.
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