- TripBuzz discovered 112 different types of activities for couples in the Annapolis area, including Sailing (like Schooner Woodwind), National & State Parks (like Sandy Point State Park), Parks (like Quiet Waters Park) and Landmarks (like Maryland State House), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 261 date ideas in or near Annapolis, Maryland, including 238 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Baltimore, Laurel, Pasadena and Bowie.
An art gallery that offers showings of original works of art by appointment, Fine Art & Accents features oil paintings, sculpture, photographs, handmade mirrors, and tapestries, and has been in operation for more than twenty years.
Both fun and educational, Flag Ponds Nature Park offers many outdoor activities for the entire family to enjoy. In addition to hunting for fossils, you can also fish on the bay or enjoy a leisurely stroll along the beach.
Receiving roughly 500,000 visitors each year, the Torpedo Factory Art Center serves as one of the largest art havens in the county with 82 studios, six galleries, and two workshops. The institute also has art classes through The Art League School and an on-site cafe.
The United States Air Force and its predecessor organizations are honored at the Air Force Memorial in Arlington. It is adjacent to the Arlington National Cemetery and overlooks the Pentagon to allow for guests to view parallels between the sites.
2001 Olney Sandy Spring Road, Olney, MD 20832 MoreLess Info
The Olney Theatre Center is an artistic institution based on a four-theater campus. They offer a diverse array of professional productions on a regular basis, including dramas, comedies, musicals and holiday specials.
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Harmony Hall Regional Ctr, 10701 Livingston Road, Fort Washington, MD 20744 MoreLess Info
Founed in 1982, the Tantallon Community Players is a non-profit theater company that has the goal of fostering individuals with a sense of community. The company presents plays such as The Company.
The 18th century Palladian-style building known as Carlyle House offers daily tours of the house to explore the life of John Carlyle in pre-Revolutionary Virginia. Special programs for children, events, exhibits, and lectures are held throughout the year.