- The list below includes 480 free or cheap things to do in or near Potomac, Maryland, including 120 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Parks, Tennis and Swimming Pool.
- From Billy Goat Trail to Great Falls: Billy Goat Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Potomac and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Arlington, Silver Spring and Bethesda.
20/20 Horsemanship is a recreational equine facility that offers private horseback riding sessions, summer camps, and educational lectures and clinics. The farm also has a boarding and training program for horses.
Organizing adult leagues and programs, The BEST Clinic offers two clinics, one for fitness and the other for training. During these clinics, visitors can improve their tennis technique and get a workout at the same time.
Glenstone is an art and architecture museum where everything from the landscaped exterior to the building itself has been carefully designed with an artistic eye. The museum specializes mostly in postwar, postmodern art and sculpture pieces.
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Hosting birthday parties for children, The Little Gym of Potomac, MD offers activities from tumbling to parachute games with a trained instructor. The gym provides pizza, ice cream, and cake for the party.
The Potomac Community Recreation Center is a recreation center offering an open space for recreational and social purposes. Many classes and programs are hosted at the recreation center, and the center has rooms available for rent for various special events.
Opened in 2002, ArcLight Bethesda is a local movie theater that aims to provide a memorable movie-watching experience for its guests. The theater shows a variety of films, ranging from Hollywood hits to independent movies.
Hosting open skate sessions, Cabin John Park Ice Rink provides three skating rinks for hockey and figure skating. The hockey rink is NHL regulation sized, while the figure skating rink is Olympics regulation sized.
Cabin John Regional Park has a well-maintained 5-mile recreational hiking and biking trail. They also have a skating rink, campgrounds, picnic and playground areas, and outdoor tennis courts, among others.
With fresh water and a safe environment, Cabin John Dog Park is considered a top dog park. Open sunrise to sunset, patrons can allow their pets to go leashless and mingle with other dogs while socializing with other dog lovers.