- 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.
The spacious fields of Bull Run Regional Park offers many outdoor activities like picnicking, camping, hiking, disc golf, and shooting at the public range. During the summer a large outdoor pool is open as well.
Open only during the summer months, the Atlantis Waterpark provides plenty of options for cooling off when it is hot. There is a vary large pool area in addition to a few waterslides for older children and adults with a separate play area for children.
Built in 1772, Maryland State House is the oldest operating state capitol in the country and features the largest wooden dome built in America without the use of nails. Guided tours of the capitol and the surrounding gardens are available.
Get a history lesson at Banneker-Douglas Museum, the State of Maryland's official museum of African-American heritage. Exhibits, programs and projects help paint a picture of this rich cultural heritage. Admission is free.
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1990 Governor Ritchie Highway, Annapolis, MD 21401 MoreLess Info
For outdoor time, pay a visit to Jonas Green State Park, located on the Severn River. At the end of the Baltimore & Annapolis Trail, the park offers a cartop boat launch site. Fishing is a popular pastime.
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Smithsonian Environmental Research Center sits on a 2,650-acre site that includes forests, wetlands, marshes and 12 miles of protected shoreline. Visitors can hike their many trails, go kayaking, see wildlife and enjoy educational programs.
Maryland National Golf Club is an 18-hole golf course located about an hour's drive outside Washington, D.C. The course features dramatic changes in elevation, scenic views, and a full-service restaurant.
Arts and architecture of the 18th century is on display at Hammond-Harwood House. Take a tour to see exhibits like a gentlemen's study. Colonial guides are on hand to provide a more detailed account of the displays.