A northeastern hamlet in a storied setting, Salisbury offers the comfort of a quiet New England getaway, while still providing access to Washington D.C., Philadelphia and Baltimore. Salisbury hotel guests can explore the 200-year-old Poplar Hill Mansion and the Pemberton Hall Plantation Home, offering a look at the architecture and lifestyles popular during the nation’s early years.
You can see the city’s love for America’s favorite pastime––if not at first, then certainly after visiting the Eastern Shore Baseball Hall of Fame Museum. True fans can even catch the Baltimore Orioles’ minor league affiliate team, the Delmarva Shorebirds, at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium––convenient to many Salisbury hotels.
Enjoy a taste of fall festivity at the Autumn Wine Festival in late October, or check out the saucy springtime fun at Pork in the Park, a three-day barbeque festival held every April. And no matter what the season, you can even grab a bit of Yuletide cheer at the Country House holiday boutique. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, swing by Sushi De Kanpai for some of Salisbury’s finest fish, or try Fratelli’s Italian Restaurant for a taste of the Old World; there are scores of other shops, restaurants, and accommodations in and around Salisbury.