Welcome to Salisbury, Maryland located in Wicomico county. Salisbury is about 75 miles SE of Bowie, Maryland, and 85 miles from Washington, D.C..
Salisbury History: Salisbury is the largest city on the eastern shore of MD. Founded in 1732 and incorporated in 1854, it’s the county seat of Wicomico County. Named after the Wicomico River, Wicomico is a Native American word that means “a place where houses are built!”
Salisbury and nearby Attractions:
- Assateague Island National Seashore
- Historical Society of Talbot County Museum
- Delaware Seashore State Park
- Poplar Hill Mansion
- Salisbury Zoo
- Wicomico Heritage Centre
Fun Things To Do In Salisbury: There are a number of historic sites and museums in Salisbury, including the the Poplar Hill Mansion, Wicomico Heritage Centre, Pemberton Hall, the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, and the Art Institute and Gallery.
The Salisbury Zoo, Adkins Arboretum and the Annmarie Garden are nearby as well. The Trap Pond State Park is set across 3,106 acres of land, and features nature trails and offers opportunities for boating, fishing, camping, picnicking and more. Salisbury hosts the Salisbury Festival every April, and has quite a few shopping centers.
Salisbury Transportation: The local airport is the Salisbury-Ocean City Wicomico Regional Airport, and Washington Reagan is the nearest international airport.
Salisbury Higher Education: Wor-Wic Community College and Salisbury State University are the two major colleges in Salisbury. Additionally, Delaware State University and Wilmington College are nearby.
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