- TripBuzz found 245 things to do indoors in the Greenbelt area. From Greenbelt Museum to P & G's Old Greenbelt Theatre, Greenbelt offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 161 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 68 different types of things to do inside in or near Greenbelt, Maryland. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Movie Theaters, Theaters, History Museums and Winery/Vineyard.
- There are 4 indoor activities in Greenbelt, and 241 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Baltimore, Bethesda, Washington and Ellicott City.
Opened in 1995, The Byrne Gallery is a local art gallery featuring a number of works and services available. In addition to displaying a variety of exhibitions, the gallery also offers custom framing, appraisal, and art installation for its customers.
Lovers of equestrian, angling, and field sports can learn more about their passion at the National Sporting Library. Guests can explore the research facility, manuscripts, works of art, and a free library.
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Home to over 26,000 books, National Sporting Library & Fine Arts Museum is open to the general public for research or personal use. Visitors can peruse books specialized in sporting and animal books from year 1500 to 2000.
Harford Artists Gallery puts the spotlight on local artists by showcasing their pottery, jewelry, paintings, sculptures, and other artwork. The gallery features a new artist every few months and throws a party where visitors can meet them.
Enjoy the beauty of a 56 acre vineyard and sample fine De Chaunac, Seyval Blanc and Marchel Foch wines while enjoying a wine tasting tour of Smith family owned and operated Meredyth Vineyards in the heart of Virginia's wine country.
What sets the Hill Craft Winery apart from other wineries is the teaching and tasting bar that overlooks the entire wine production area. The winery has a $0 tour fee as well as a 'Vintner Program' that lets individuals learn about wine in small groups.
The first commercial vineyard in Virginia was the Piedmont Vineyards & Winery. The small and homey winery remains a favorite stop along the Virginia wine trail and holds regular tastings that involve knowledgeable servers.
Wine tastings at The Boxwood Winery are the main draw to the site since there are no tours of the vineyards or the wine cellar itself. The location also has a wine bar that serves Boxwood wines and other wines from around the world.