The Maryland Department of Commerce announced that all of the state’s Welcome Centers that were closed six years ago are now open for business in time for the busy summer travel season. The re-opening of the Youghiogheny Overlook center in Garrett County and the Bay Country center in Queen Anne’s County demonstrates the commitment by Governor Larry Hogan’s administration to strengthening Maryland’s tourism industry.
“The reopening of these welcome centers is critical to Maryland’s thriving tourism industry and provides an important service to thousands of visitors each year,” said Governor Hogan. “The professionalism of our welcome center staff and their extensive knowledge of the state’s unique attractions ensures that our visitors have a positive experience and will encourage them to return to our state again and again.”
The welcome centers will operate Thursday through Monday, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and will be closed on major holidays.
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