- Our list of the best things to do in Glen Echo, Maryland, features the top 623 nearby activities — including 223 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Glen Echo, MD has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Entertainment & Shows, and Museums & Galleries.
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Glen Echo Park is a local art and culture center where visitors can participate in a number of workshops for visual and performing arts. The park also contains many attractions such as a Spanish-style ballroom, an antique carousal, children's theaters and more.
87% 23 votes
George Washington Memorial Parkway, McLean, VA 22101 MoreLess Info
The George Washington Memorial Parkway is a scenic driving route stretching 25 miles long along the Potomac River. Views of local wildlife including deer and bald eagles are featured along with trails and national landmarks.
76% 33 votes
6310 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22102 MoreLess Info
The year of 1771 is brought to life at the Claude Moore Colonial Farm at Turkey Run which is a living history farm. Guests can both watch and listen to stories from people in period dress who go about the average day at a historic farm.
Abracadabra Alex Magic Shows for Children features a professional magician sure to delight children and keep them giggling. Great for birthday parties, Abracadabra Alex sends each kid home with a balloon animal and a magic trick.
The Claude Moore Colonial Farm is a restored Revolutionary War era farm and visitor's park dedicated to educating visitors on life in colonial America. Open daily, the farm and park have a pavilion that can be reserved for group outings.
Clemyjontri Park is a unique park in Mclean. The park features handicap accessible playground equipment and the park promotes children of all ages and all abilities being able to come together and play together in one area.
A 34-lane bowling center, Bowlmor Bethesda provides a venue suitable for open bowling, birthday parties and private events. It offers an arcade, two sports bars, glow blowing, television screens at the end of each lane and a full-service restaurant.