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Salisbury, Maryland

The Comfortable Side of Coastal Living


Welcome to Salisbury, MD


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Salisbury , MD, offers a bevy of can’t-miss things to do, from attending special events, to getting involved in the arts and learning about local history; to dining at independent restaurants and staying active at area parks.

Being a great place to live also means being a great place to work! A thriving economy helps the tax base (so there's more money for city improvements) and helps a city attract and retain talent.


Salisbury is the largest city on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, with a population of 30,343 as of the 2010 census.

Another slogan for the city is “The Crossroads of Delmarva,” as Salisbury is center of the region’s culture and economy thanks in part to Salisbury University and large employers like Perdue Poultry.

The city thrives when it comes to cultural events that take place downtown, as noted above, and is also a local hub for art–there are currently five galleries and art shops in town.

Speaking of art, Salisbury is an official Arts and Entertainment District in Maryland as of 2007.

A few persons of note with roots in Salisbury include Maryland’s longest-serving Senator Paul Sarbanes, poet Ogden Nash and of course Frank Perdue, founder of Perdue Farms.

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Things To Do


Salisbury, MD is full of fun activities for everyone. Here are some of the weekly, monthly and annual events that you might just find yourself stumbling upon.

3rd Friday: On the third Friday of every summer month, you’ll find live music, children’s activities and vendors selling arts and crafts along the Plaza outside. In the winter, the party moves indoors to The Powell Building on Main Street.

Fridays at Five: Fridays are clearly the night to be out in Salisbury–at 5 p.m. every Friday through September, there’s games, a beer garden and live entertainment at this family-friendly outdoor mixer.

1st Saturday: Recently added to the lineup of monthly happenings is 1st Saturday, a family-friendly musical celebration.

Park and Flea: Buy, sell and trade your wares every Saturday and Sunday morning in the lot next to Season’s Best antique mall. There’s antiques, collectibles, yard sales, plants and even a Farmer’s Market on Saturdays in May through December.

National Folk Festival: This one’s hot off the press! From 2018-2020, Salisbury will host the National Folk Festival, the country’s longest-running traditional arts event that features music, dance and other traditional arts and culture.

Take a trip to the Zoo. The Salisbury Zoo is the only zoo on Delmarva, and it’s completely free to the public (although donations are always accepted). At the zoo, you’ll find naturalistic enclosures for species native to North, South and Central America, as well as a “Beastro” for food and drink open seasonally and an Ocelot Spot Gift Shop.

Wander through a museum. The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art might sound like a pretty niche destination, but the Eastern Shore is known for its many and varied species of birds–especially ducks, geese and swans. The Ward Museum features local art and the world’s largest public collection of decorative and antique decoys.

Craft Beer Destination! The Eastern Shore is very much an up-and-coming craft beer destination and Salisbury is the very heart of the local craft beer scene. Take a tour and sample the hops from two of Salisbury’s very own microbreweries, Evolution Craft Brewing and Rubber Soul, or sample an abundance of local beer at the annual Shore Craft Beer Festival.

Visit the University. Ever thought about relocating to the Eastern Shore? Going to school at Salisbury University is a great excuse to come live and learn on Delmarva. Or you can always just walk around the beautiful 183-acre campus that features historic buildings, sculptures and over 2,000 species of plant life. (Fun fact: SU’s campus was recognized as an arboretum by the American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta in 1988 because of its abundance of plant species.)

Catch a Baseball Game. In town during baseball season? Come out to a Shorebirds game! The local minor league team plays at Salisbury’s Arthur W. Perdue Stadium and is  one of three Single-A affiliates of the Baltimore Orioles.

Embark on a scenic walk. Head downtown to shop, eat out and take in the scenery over the Riverwalk, a walking path along the Wicomico River that was completely revamped after receiving a $1.5 million makeover.

Salisbury offers a plethora of activities for all

Whether you are seeking a safe city to raise a family; a professional individual in search of great employment opportunities; a student looking to further their education by attending a top-rated University; a beachgoer who enjoys breath-taking views of the Atlantic Ocean; a night owl who enjoys the night life scenery, or an individual who enjoys to learn about historic cultures that a city has to offer, Salisbury will not disappoint. Visit us today and see why many people each year move to this great city and call it their home!


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Salisbury, MD 21804

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