Maryland Tourist Information Center - North East, Maryland
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member Math Teacher
N 39° 36.687 W 076° 00.535
18S E 413392 N 4385119
Quick Description: This TIC is located inside the very famous Chesapeake House, a popular and hugely busy Maryland rest stop along and accessible from both Interstate 95 North & South. It is next to a Starbucks and straight back if you enter from the south side.
Location: Maryland, United States
Date Posted: 7/17/2008 10:09:20 AM
Waymark Code: WM472H
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member The Blue Quasar
Views: 59

Long Description:
The posted coordinates are for the exact location where the government worker sits and hands out information.

This was a very well-stocked and supplied information center. Most of the information centered around the Harbor and Baltimore and the supporting historical areas and Historic Districts as defined by the National Register of Historic Places. The worker was pretty knowledgeable and was able to inform me about Fells Point, Butchers Hill & Patterson Park--Highlandtown Historic Districts.

Maryland’s latest visitor data confirms that in 2006, the State welcomed more than 28 million visitors who generated more than $11.4 billion in visitor spending. That figure is up from $10.7 billion the previous calendar year. During 2006, the Maryland tourism industry generated more than $895 million in state and local taxes and provided more than 116,000 jobs to Maryland residents. (From the website mentioned below)


Chesapeake House Welcome Center
Chesapeake House Service Area, I-95

This is a great website for this tourist information center as well as the other twelve within the state --> (visit link)

North East, MD 21901
Hours of Operation:
Seven Days, 10 AM to 5 PM


Public Washrooms: Mens, Womens, Family and Handicapped

Snacks/Drinks at the facility: Yes - Store or similar

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