Virtually Learn About Famous Maryland Residents

The exterior of Edgar Allen Poe's house - famous Maryland residents

Over the years, many famous people have called Maryland home. Today, you can learn their fascinating stories by virtually exploring historical sites. Our favorite famous Maryland residents with historic tour near our Jessup apartments include: Clara Barton National Historic Site Founder of the American Red Cross, Clara Barton led an interesting life. She began her […]

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Virtually Explore Maryland’s Fort McHenry

American flag flying at Fort McHenry

Residents of our Jessup apartments have history close by. The nearby Fort McHenry is most famous for the 1814 Battle of Baltimore, which inspired our national anthem. Although it is largely closed to visitors, you can still take a virtual tour of Fort McHenry. Tour highlights include: Chesapeake Conservancy Tour The Chesapeake Conservancy aims to protect the […]

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Take a Virtual Tour of the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Our Jessup apartments are close to some of the most renowned museums in the world. Just half an hour away, the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History has been captivating the world with prehistoric exhibits since they opened in 1910. Now, they’ve created a full 3D virtual tour that puts their full museum at your fingertips. Our […]

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Virtually Tour the National Cryptologic Museum

a code machine in a museum

If you love puzzles and codes, you’re not alone. There’s an entire museum dedicated to brain teasers near our apartments in Jessup. For a unique educational activity to do at home, spend an afternoon virtually touring the National Cryptologic Museum. Dive Into A Fascinating History Run by the National Security Agency, the National Cryptologic Museum invites […]

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Take a Virtual Tour of the Hampton Mansion

The mansion at the National Park Service's Hampton National Historic Site

For a fascinating journey back in time, don’t miss a virtual tour of the Hampton mansion at the Hampton National Historic Site. Completed in 1790, it’s believed the Hampton mansion was once the largest private residence in the United States. During the tour, you’ll explore the home and lower farm while seeing one-of-a-kind artifacts. Here is some […]

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Virtually Tour a Maryland Aviation Museum

nose and propeller of an antique plane at an aviation museum

Preserving Maryland’s rich aviation and aerospace history, the Glenn L. Martin Maryland Aviation Museum features an impressive aircraft collection that spans decades. While the museum is only a short drive from our community, it also allows aviation buffs to explore from home. Here is some of what you can discover from our Jessup apartments: McDonnell F4-C Phantom II Used […]

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