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 11765 Business Park Drive , Waldorf, MD, US, 20601

  • Phone: (301) 932-4400
  • Fax: (301) 932-7566
3.7 out of 5 (72 reviews)
69% of guests recommend this hotel

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»Linden

Discover horse riding programs on a fully restored residence on the Histroic Register featuring a working farm with gardens and nature walks. Lessons are 90 minutes and include 30 minutes of lecture and hands-on work in the barn followed by 60 minutes of riding instruction.

8530 Mitchell Road
La Plata, Maryland 20646

»Piscataway Park

The Piscataway Park is a haven that every single nature lover would like to explore. Be it the rare species of birds or its nature trails, this park will surely leave you awe struck. Apart from enjoying the scenic views, here you can also indulge in activities like fishing, bird watching and much more. It is a perfect destination that combines recreation with adventure.

3400 Bryan Point Road
Accokeek, MD 20607

»River Farm Garden Park

George Washington owned this 27-acre estate that is now home to the American Horticulture Society. Part of the manor dates to before the American Revolution, and visitors may explore the gracious mansion on self-guided tours. Stroll through the 12 thematically designed gardens. One features butterflies, another the sundial and yet another is devoted to the ever-popular dinosaur. History buffs may wander the colonial garden or learn about Washington's interest in horticulture. He introduced walnut, coffee bean and Osage-orange trees to the farm.

7931 East Boulevard Drive
Alexandria, VA 22308

»Thomas Stone National Historic Site

The Thomas Stone National Historic Site is located at Charles County, Maryland. It is also known as Haberdeventure or Thomas Stone House. The entire property covers an area of 360 acres (145.7 hectares). The house was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on October 31, 1972.

6655 Rose Hill Road
Port Tobacco Village, MD 20677

»Mariner Sailing School

The Potomac River is a perfect place for exploring by boat. Whether you sail past Washington and all the monuments or down toward the Chesapeake Bay, it will be a glorious experience. The Mariner Sailing School offers lessons and allows you to complete the course within1 week. All courses are hands-on and taught aboard one of the sailboats. For those who already know how to sail, boat rentals are available for groups of 2-6 people. In addition, the school rents kayaks, canoes and windsurfers, and gives instruction on each of them.

6401 George Washington Memorial PArkway
Alexandria, VA 22307

»George Washington's Grist Mill

Between Woodlawn Plantation and Mount Vernon lies yet another of the enterprising first president's projects. Built before the Revolution and in operation for 30 years, this grist mill was used to grind corn and wheat into flour. It was neglected for years, leaving little but its foundation in tact at the start of the 20th century. However, it was renovated in 1930 with parts from another mill of the same period. Today visitors may view the mill along with exhibits explaining its operation.

5513 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway
Alexandria, VA 22309

»Huntley Meadows Nature Center

The Huntley Meadows Nature Center in the Hybla Valley of Virginia, is a wetland park. Established since 1975, the park is home to a variety of wildlife, especially birds. Visitors can make use of observation decks to spot wildlife or walk along designated trails. Various creeks run through the vast expanse of the park and one can find beaver dams built across them at many places. The visitor center provides more information about the flora and fauna residing in the park.

3701 Lockheed Boulevard
Hybla Valley, VA 22306

»Alexandria Archaeology Museum

Located in the Torpedo Factory Art Center, the Alexandria Archaeology Museum contains artifacts culled from more than 150 sites and spanning over 10,000 years of human existence. The museum, part of the Office of Historic Alexandria, features exhibits, events and hands-on learning programs. Volunteers, local archaeologists, and students work at the museum to keep the collection and data in order. In addition, this family-friendly organization hosts "family dig days" at local sites and offers summer camps for children and adults.

105 North Union Street, Suite 327
Alexandria, VA 22314

»Old Town Alexandria

Long before the establishment of Washington, DC, Alexandria was a town centered in politics and commerce. The founding fathers often met here to discuss freedom and revolution. Visit Robert E. Lee's boyhood home and that of his father, General "Lighthorse" Harry Lee, a Revolutionary War hero. Nearby Christ Church is where George Washington worshipped. Stroll down King Street with its many quaint shops and restaurants or duck down one of the side streets, many of which have their original cobblestones. Alexandria is 30 minutes south of Washington. Take the George Washington Memorial Parkway.

East of Columbus Street
Alexandria, VA 22302

»Friendship Firehouse

Children and other fans of firefighters and their equipment will enjoy visiting Alexandria's oldest firehouse, built in 1871. The Friendship Fire Company itself pre-dates the building by 100 years and is rumored to have been a pet project of George Washington's. Restored in the 1990s, the Firehouse offers visitors a look at the equipment used since the nation's founding. Also displayed are the clothes firefighters wore throughout this company's history. Special exhibits are often held.

107 South Alfred Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

»Show Place Arena

This oval-shaped building has a maximum capacity of 5,200 and hosts a large variety of sporting events, concerts and trade shows. Its large space allows itself to easily covert into 3 banquet or meeting rooms for other celebrations. Check their website for a calendar of events and ticketing information.Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park

14900 Pennsylvania Avenue
Upper Malboro, MD 20772

»Greendale Golf Course

A public 18 hole, par 70 golf course that features narrow Bermuda fairways, bent grass greens, gently rolling terrain, and water hazards coming into play on many holes.

6700 Telegraph Road
Alexandria, Virginia 22310
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