COLLEGE PARK, M.d.– The University of Maryland will host its annual Maryland Day on Saturday, April 27. The family-friendly event, held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., is a campus-wide celebration of learning and discovery that features hundreds of free exhibitions and events.
Attendees are encouraged to explore their fearless ideas in five designated learning neighborhoods: AG Day Avenue, Arts & Design Place, Science & Tech Way, Sports & Rec Row, and Terp Town Center. Spread across the entire campus, each neighborhood presents unique opportunities for learning, fun and discovery, while showcasing innovations from students and faculty.
Highlights of this year’s event lineup include:
Visitors will also be able to explore the university’s campus, learn more about its schools and colleges, attend the Maryland football Red-White spring game and cheer on the men’s and women’s lacrosse teams as they host rival Johns Hopkins. For a complete list of activities, visit marylandday.umd.edu.
The first 15,000 visitors at Maryland Day will receive a commemorative shopping tote, available at one of the 11 information booths on campus.
Maryland Day will take place rain or shine. Admission and parking are free. Complimentary Shuttle-UM transportation will be provided, with buses servicing all main parking lots and garages. The University of Maryland is accessible via the College Park–University of Maryland Washington Metro station.
To plan your Maryland Day visit, use the Plan Your Day tool at marylandday.umd.edu and join the conversation on social media using #MarylandDay.