If you’re planning a day trip to Salisbury, here are some sights you must include!
We’ve all been there before: you plan an outing, but once you look it over, it seems … lacking in some way. And in most cases, the day trip is only missing one or two exciting or unique stops to make the day more fulfilling. If you’re heading to Salisbury, here are three sights you must schedule into your itinerary!
Salisbury Art Space
Where: 212 West Main Street, Suite 101 (Camden Street Entrance)
Contact Information: Look over their website or call 410-546-4748 to find out more.
Art lovers, unite, because the Salisbury Art Space is a paradise you’ll not want to drive past! Regardless if you’re heading out alone, with your friends, or with your family, there is plenty for you to check out. You can browse through the unique exhibits that they have, which vary from time to time. Or if you want to improve your skills and aim to be the next Picasso or Kahlo, you can sign up for a class or a workshop!
Where: 521 South Park Drive
Contact Information: Look over the website to find out more.
Nothing exudes good vibes and relaxation like a park, and Salisbury’s City Park definitely delivers that and more! The park not only drips in natural beauty, but it also has more than enough for visitors to do. You can bask in the sunlight at their tables and benches, or retreat to the shade in their pavilions. Go fishing, stroll on the walking paths, go biking, play tennis — and the list goes on!
Where: Arthur W. Perdue Stadium
Contact Information: Look over their website, call 410-219-3112, or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more
The Delmarva Shorebirds is a big attraction in Salisbury, and if baseball is your thing, you’ll love them! The team first played in the spring of 1996 and has gone on to produce some players that made it to the Major League, such as Manny Machado and more. Hurry and grab your tickets for the next game; you won’t want to miss it!
Have you been to these Salisbury sights before? If so, which one is your favorite? What would you include on a day trip to Salisbury? Let us know your thoughts below!