- 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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47 Steinwehr Avenue, Gettysburg, PA 17325 MoreLess Info
Gettysburg Ghost Tours offers guided, one-hour evening candlelit walks around the historical battlefield. Focusing on visiting areas that local legends repute to be haunted at this historical site, the tour recommends reservations for its nightly excursions.
The Historic Tour Company offers educational, engaging, and exciting tours of Gettysburg with two tour options: a 2.5 hour tour of the premier battlefield or the 2 hour tour of the battlefield with content for kids.
68% 40 votes
3322 Lockes Mill Road, Berryville, VA 22611 MoreLess Info
Situated along the Shenandoah River, Watermelon Park Campground has been welcoming families since 1939. Activities include river tubing, sun bathing, hiking, picnicking, canoeing, and kayaking along with an ice cream stand during the summer months.
Operating since 1957, Hanover Bowling Centre Inc features 40 lanes of bowling including open bowling, tournaments, leagues and lessons. It has a restaurant and lounge, pool tables, a snack bar and arcade games.
92% 338 votes
West Confederate Avenue, McMillan Woods Youth Campground, Gettysburg, PA 17325 MoreLess Info
Visitors can ride on the Gettysburg Battlefield with Confederate Trails of Gettysburg. The company offers both guided tours, and tour narration through individual devices along with special event carriages and horses.
George Washington Shriver brought the home, now the Shriver House Museum, in 1859 for $290. Visitors to the museum can tour four restored floors of the home with costumed guides, and learn about the civilian experience during the Civil War.
99% 551 votes
PO Box 4152, Gettysburg, PA MoreLess Info
Commonly known as the A.L.B.G., the Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides is an organization of officially recognized and credentialed guides to the battlefields of the Civil War. The organization has over one hundred members.
Featuring a wooden playground structure, Rockfield Creative Playground has slides, climbing structures, and sand pits for children to play in. There is a larger playground for older children, and a separate playground for small children.
96% 1157 votes
219 Baltimore St, Gettysburg, PA 17325 MoreLess Info
The Gettysburg Museum of History contains over 4,000 artifacts, including those from the Civil War, World War I, World War II, presidents, and pop icons. The museum also buys and sells historical items, and has experts to help you learn more about any historical items that you have.
94% 16 votes
110 Hickory Lane, Hanover, PA 17331 MoreLess Info
Suitable for individuals, groups and private events, Hickory Falls Family Entertainment Center features a miniature golf course along with a laser tag arena and go-karts. It also provides arcade games, bowling, a children's play area and a snack bar.