Located on the Takoma Park/Silver Spring campus of the Montgomery College, the Cultural Arts Center is a vibrant addition to the city's thriving cultural scene. Providing a space for various events, this center brings forth the talents of the up-and-coming artists, most of whom are students. The center has a theater, which can seat 500 and is abuzz with events all year round. Call to know more.
Nestled among the woods in Upper Marlboro, Patuxent River 4-H Center offers an opportunity for kids as well as adults to learn about the environment while also enjoying themselves. Accredited by the American Camp Association, this center has excellent facilities, including two log cabins that can be rented throughout the year, and come appointed with bunk beds, showers, air-conditioners/heaters, and more. The center has programs that differ according to the group, with tailored programs for children aged 8-14. Their facilities can also be rented for corporate meetings and other events. See the website for more information.
The idea behind the founding of Columbia, Maryland, was to create a city that was planned to stay away from the harried development and urban sprawl that dominated the rest of the Howard County; and also to create a community free of any discrimination based on race, income, or religion. Built over land acquired by James W Rouse and the Rouse Company, Columbia was opened to the public in 1967, and has since then prospered as a census-designated place. Today, Columbia is comprises several villages and towns, Wilde Lake being the first village to be developed. Columbia has a lot to offer visitors, especially music fans, with venues like the popular Merriweather Post Pavilion hosting musicians from all over the country.
A historic site during the American Civil War, Monocacy National Battlefield is now a major attraction where visitors are educated about American history through various interactive exhibits and virtual tours. One can also indulge in walking trails and other interesting events conducted here.
154 West Patrick Street Frederick, MD 21701 +1 301 698 8992
Located at the Carroll Creek Park, the Barbara Fritchie House boasts of historical relevance. Owned by a lady called Barbara Fritchie, the house is rumored with various mysteries in context of its existence. It houses an exhibition of the remains of any form of evidence that talks about its history. However, it can only be accessed with permission as it has been under the debate of permanent closure.
Home of Samual Chase, the Chase-Lloyd House is well known as an architectural marvel. The place dates back to 1769 and is still used as a residence for retired women. Most parts of the house, including the gardens are open to public for limited hours, so ensure that you call ahead before you plan.
1611 North Market Street Frederick, MD 21701 +1 301 600 1646
Children's Museum At Rose Hill Manor Park consists of two museums; Carriage Museum and Farm Museum. The former have a good number of carriages used back in the day, while the latter possesses a collection of agricultural and carpentry equipments.
The Schifferstadt Architectural Museum is one of the finest examples of path breaking architecture in the city. The place is worth visiting for its construction detailing as also for the artifacts stored inside. Tours are conducted by appointment. Check website to know more about the place.
84 Franklin Street Old Mount Moriah Mount Moriah African Methodist Episcopal Church Annapolis , MD 21401 +1 410 216 6180
Housed within the Old Mount Moriah Mount Moriah African Methodist Episcopal Church, the Banneker-Douglass Museum is a treasure cove of exhibits that displays the rich Afro-American culture of the region. Call ahead for details or check out their website.
24 East Church Street Frederick, MD 21701 +1 301 663 1188
The name 'Historical Society of Frederick County' says it all; it's a society which stresses on the historical background of Frederic County. An amazing collection of documents, artifacts and other similar items will tell you volumes about this county. Know more on the society and its facets by checking out their website.
This beautiful stone building is unique for its graves, which
were filled in the early 1800s, long before the church hall above them was built. Edgar Allen Poe, Baltimore's founding fathers and four mayors are among those buried here. ...
Baltimore's Johns Hopkins University has long been a lacrosse powerhouse,
so it's natural that its lovely mid town campus is home to a museum celebrating the game's history. There's ample memorabilia including uniforms, trophies, photographs and equipment detailing a ...
Book a personalized charter for yourself, and enjoy a sailing
trip on this beauty. What better place to host an event for up to twenty, than at the bay! These people also offer a B&B accommodation, the only difference ...