Maryland Public Holidays 2018
This page contains a calendar of all 2018 Maryland public holidays. Please scroll down to view.
Maryland’s public holidays in 2018 will give you a great chance to get out and explore the Old Line State.
Maryland will have eight long holiday weekends in 2018, including not only those created by the regular federal holidays but also an “extra” one due to Maryland’s observance of American Indian Heritage Day on November 23rd, the day after Thanksgiving.
Things to see and do in Maryland in 2018
Maryland offers many tourist sites of great historic interest, along with its instances of unique natural beauty:
Visit Baltimore, with its abundance of historic sites and museums. Places of interest include: Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse and the collection of “old ships” docked nearby, Fort McHenry, Lexington Market, National Aquarium, and Gwynns Falls Park.
See the historic town of Frederick, with its Hessian Barracks, “cluster of old spires” on Church Street, and National Museum of Civil War Medicine. Also be sure to stop by nearby Gambrill State Park for scenic hiking and panoramic views.
Visit Harper’s Ferry National Historic Park. Here, you can not only see historic buildings like John Brown’s Fort and museums like the Meriwether Lewis Exhibit, but you can also walk the Maryland Heights for an amazing view of the Potomac Water Gap.
Public Holidays 2018
|1 Jan||Mon||New Year's Day|
|15 Jan||Mon||Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday|
|19 Feb||Mon||President's Day|
|28 May||Mon||Memorial Day|
|4 Jul||Wed||Independence Day|
|3 Sep||Mon||Labor Day|
|8 Oct||Mon||Columbus Day|
|6 Nov||Tue||Election Day|
|11 Nov||Sun||Veterans' Day|
|12 Nov||Mon||Veterans' Day Holiday|
|22 Nov||Thu||Thanksgiving Day|
|23 Nov||Fri||American Indian Heritage Day|
|25 Dec||Tue||Christmas Day|
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Baltimore, Maryland, is a city of 620,000 and the state capital. It is an independent city and, thus, not part of any county.
C&O Canal National Historic Park
C&O Canal National Historic Park preserves the remnants of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, which travels between Washington and Cumberland, Maryland.
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