- TripBuzz found 536 things to do with kids in or near Wheaton, Maryland, including 532 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Arlington, Silver Spring and Bethesda.
- From Brookside Nature Center to Miniature Train & Carousel at Wheaton Regional Park, the Wheaton area offers 115 different types of family activities, including: Gardens, Amusement Parks (Kids), Parks and Movie Theaters.
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10 Ashby St, County House Square, Warrenton, VA 20186 MoreLess Info
Even though the building of the historic site was focused on containing prisoners, the Old Jail Museum now houses a collection of items pertaining to the history of the local area and Virginia as a whole. All of the exhibits are based upon items from private donations.
An equestrian facility established in 1978, Country Comfort Farm offers an array of services, including horse boarding, rehabilitations, trail riding, horse training for shows and competitions, and riding lessons. The farm also sells horses.
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Flowing Springs Road, Charles Town, WV 25414 MoreLess Info
The Jefferson County Little League provides organized leagues for children from ages 6 through 14. Leagues include t-ball for young players, as well as baseball and softball coached under adult supervision at all times.
Best know for a public swimming pool, Jefferson County Memorial Park is a leisure park that also has two basketball courts, two playgrounds, and four pavilions that are available for rent. The park also has a .7-mile walking trail.
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14039 Catoctin Hollow Road, Thurmont, MD 21788 MoreLess Info
Cunningham Falls State Park features a man-made lake and the Cunningham Falls formed by it as well as the Big Hunting Creek which is one of the state's major trout streams. The park also offers many outdoor activities including boating, fishing, camping and more.
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18906 Shepherdstown Pike, Sharpsburg, MD MoreLess Info
Pry House Field Hospital Museum is a two-story building which served as the headquarters of the Union Army before. It has exhibits showing the items and methods used to treat wounded soldiers during the Battle of Antietam.