Salisbury is the largest city on the Eastern Shore (Maryland).
By carU.S. Route 13 is the main north-south route serving Salisbury, providing access from Dover, Wilmington, and Philadelphia to the north and from Norfolk to the south via the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. U.S. Route 50 is the main east-west route serving Salisbury, providing access from Ocean City to the east and from Baltimore and Washington, D.C. to the west via the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
By planeSalisbury is about a 2 hour drive from the Baltimore (BWI) airport or about 3 hours from Washington Dulles Airport (IAD). It is a pretty drive that passes over the Chesapeake Bay on the Bay Bridge.
There is also a small airport in Salisbury (SBY), which is serviced by American Airlines with nonstop flights to Philadelphia and Charlotte.
phone: +1 410-548-3188address: 755 South Park DriveDaily except Thanksgiving and Christmas. Free.
phone: +1 410-742-4988address: 909 South Schumaker Dr.Daily except Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. Houses the world's largest collection of wildfowl carvings.
phone: +1 410 749-1776address: 117 Elizabeth St.
phone: +1 410-548-1600address: 2300 N Salisbury BlvdThe only regional mall on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, The Centre at Salisbury is anchored by Macy's, Boscov's, Sears, and Dick's Sporting Goods and has over 85 stores, a food court, and a 16-screen Regal Cinemas.
- The Country Store on Main Street is huge and advertises itself as the Largest Country Store in the East. Huge array of Vera Bradley bags and accessories.
address: 130 West Market StExcellent food including seafood and steaks; the Portuguese Bishop Rolls served with a variety of oils and vinegars are not to be missed; good wine list. Moderate to expensive.
Salisbury is a quick 40 minute drive to the Atlantic Coast. Ocean City is a popular nearby destination.