- TripBuzz found 478 things to do with kids in or near Olney, Maryland, including 469 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Arlington, Silver Spring and Bethesda.
- From Hallowell Pool to Olney Indoor Swim Center, the Olney area offers 116 different types of family activities, including: Swimming Pool, Theaters, Dog Park and Dance Studios.
- Montgomery County, Maryland is home to the census-designated place of Olney and it's more than 30,000 residents. Olney has been named by Money magazine as one of the top 100 'America's Best Places to Live.' The area is largely residential and maintains a rich culture of history and close-knit community.
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1055 Taylor Ave Ste 200, Towson, MD 21286 MoreLess Info
The state of Maryland's oldest theater for children, the Childrens Theater Association offers theatrical training for young people. The Association also presents traveling live theater shows at schools and other venues for kids.
Composed of a statue of the writer surrounded by young listeners and a series of plaques, the The Kunta Kinte - Alex Haley Memorial was constructed in honor of the author of the famous and influential bestseller Roots.
With Sea Joy Sailing, visitors can tour major waterways and landmarks of the region on a sailing yacht. Some of the major landmarks seen on the cruise include the Thomas Point Lighthouse and Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
Featuring slips that accommodate a variety of boat sizes, Liberty Marina offers visitors waterfront views and direct access to South River. The marina also has jet ski rentals that visitors can take out on the river.
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3710 Colony Club Drive, Edgewater, MD 21037 MoreLess Info
The South River Colony Conservancy is a 300-acre wooded preserve that includes walking trails, two outdoor swimming pools, tennis courts, and multiple playgrounds. The trails can be used for mountain biking, hiking, and running.
Loch Raven Tiny Tots is a program that offers three and four year-old children in the local community a chance to play and learn. Art projects, sing-alongs, storytelling, and outdoor play are among the activities enjoyed by the tots.
Modern farm life is on display at the Ticonderoga Farms that covers over 1,000 acres of fields and forest. Farm related activities like hayrides, slides, bonfires, pumpkin picking, picnics, and fresh produce are frequently held.