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Dairy-Farm Tour for Four or Eight at Kreider Farms (Up to 63% Off)

Kreider Farms

Kreider Farms

90-minute tour provides a close look at the farm's massive loafing barn and high-tech carousel used for milking cows

$38 $15

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Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (50% Off)

Spirit Expeditions

Inner Harbor

A two-hour walking tour covers most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

$50 $25

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Entry to Chauffeured Bridal Tour for 1 or 2 with Stops at 4 Venues from Red Carpet Bridal Tours (Up to 56% Off)

Red Carpet Bridal Tours

On Location

Brides-to-be bring along up to 3 guests for a chauffeured tour that stops at 4 venues; talk with wedding pros & enjoy cocktails & giveaways

$25 $12

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90-Minute Walking Ghost Tour for Two or Four from The HauntedDistrict (Up to 66% Off)

The HauntedDistrict

Fells Point

Tours investigate paranormal side of Baltimore by visiting historical crime sites and learning about area’s beginnings

$79 $31

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Concert TIckets for Two to the Decked Out Live Entertainment Series at The Vineyard at Hershey (Up to 57% Off)

The Vineyard at Hershey

Londonderry

A popular summer series featuring jazz, soul, and tribute bands, performed amid the rolling hills of this Hershey-area winery

$15 $7

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Three-Course Winter Tea Service and Tour for One, Two, Four, or Eight at Historic Rosemont Manor (Up to 41% Off)

Historic Rosemont Manor

Berryville

Three-course service pairs teas with sandwiches, scones, and sweets; 30-minute tour of a historic manor frequented by former presidents

$60 $39

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Though it's usually cars and ghost-horse-drawn carriages that roam the monument-studded fields of Gettysburg, the intrepid individuals at SegTours devised another means of wandering America's past. The two-wheeled vehicles allow groups a more intimate look at the Civil War battlefield.

22 Springs Ave
Gettysburg,
PA
US

Lori Korczyk was so inspired by the charm and history she found in Gettysburg that she began leading tours through its streets. As a local in the tourism-heavy historic town, she knew that not just any tour would do, so she followed her stomach and founded Savor Gettysburg Food Tours. Korczyk's over-three-hour tour takes participants on a jaunt through the city's storied downtown area. Between bits of narration that delve into the area's past and culture, groups make stops for tastings at eight diverse eateries. These include the modern yet comforting One Lincoln, the tavern-style?and infamously haunted?Farnsworth House Inn, and the playful Gettysburg Cupcake Caf?.

York St.
Gettysburg,
PA
US

The paranormal investigators and tour guides of After Dark Investigations specialize in small-group tours that provide customers with hands-on experience and equipment. Ghost tourists utilize EMF detectors, dowsing rods, and infrared-video cameras to capture any potential appearance of apparitions. The tours stretch to locations such as cemeteries or abandoned amusement parks near the location of the Battle of Gettysburg.

2706 Meadow Drive
Gettysburg,
PA
US

A walk-through house of horrors bringing Gettysburg Ghost stories to life with special effects . See a viewing parlor, amputations, an abusive orphanage, an exorcism, poltergeist activity, terror on the battlefield, a seance, a hanging, actual haunted objects and more.

401 Baltimore St
Gettysburg,
PA
US

Underneath the same big, country sky that blankets Frederick County's dairy farms and horse ranches, the winery building at Elk Run Vineyards, built in 1756, overlooks rolling hills that were originally a land grant to Lord Baltimore from the King of England. Though this land has seen many uses, today Fred and Carol Wilson and Neill Bassford tend its soil to produce a range of Gold, Double Gold, and Best of Maryland award-winning wines such as cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, and Cold Friday chardonnay. Winemakers craft these libations using a blend of contemporary equipment and Old-World winemaking techniques. They harvest grapes from plots planted in schist and shale soil designed to follow sustainable agricultural practices.

15113 Liberty Rd.
Mount Airy,
MD
US

Though many vintners refer to their winemaking techniques as "old country," those of the Loews are older than most. The family's first forays into the drinkable craft began in the 19th century, in an area of the Austro-Hungarian Empire known as Galicia, now part of Ukraine. There, they brewed honey wines and distributed them throughout Europe. The Loews continued in the business well into the 20th century, but their enterprise was disrupted by the outbreak of World War II. The Loew name wouldn't appear on another bottle until nearly a half-century later, in a vineyard an ocean away.

The modern iteration of Loew Vineyards was established in 1982, and today stretches across 37 lush acres in Frederick County. Here, the gravelly soil nourishes flavorful grapes ideal for both red and white wines. The Loews tend to the vines throughout the year, harvesting the grapes in the fall and pruning them and fitting leaves with tiny mittens in the winter. Their crops are transformed into more than a dozen varieties of wine, ranging from the citrus-y, semi-sweet Serendipity to a balanced hearty red wine. The family even bottles honey wine (Mead) in a nod to their European past.

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14001 Liberty Rd
Mount Airy,
MD
US