- Our list of the best things to do in Savage, Maryland, features the top 558 nearby activities — including 207 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Elk Mountain Trails in Knoxville has well-mannered horses that are good for kids and beginners. The trail ride was easy and the guides are friendly. They have horseback rides on the C&O canal and the adjoining woodlands.
100% 9 votes
Pink Box, Middleburg Visitors Center, Middleburg, VA 20117 MoreLess Info
With Destination Middleburg: A Walking Tour Into the Past, visitors can learn about the history of the town and its role in the Civil War. The tour takes visitors through the important landmarks and historical sites of the town.
64% 14 votes
2845 North Marcey Road, Middleburg, VA 22207 MoreLess Info
Located along the Potomac River, Potomac Overlook Regional Park is situated on 70 acres of wooded terrain. The park provides hiking trails, a picnic area, an educational garden and a nature center with exhibits and live animals.
Opened in 1995, The Byrne Gallery is a local art gallery featuring a number of works and services available. In addition to displaying a variety of exhibitions, the gallery also offers custom framing, appraisal, and art installation for its customers.
94% 1298 votes
171 Shoreline Drive, Harpers Ferry, WV 25425 MoreLess Info
Costumed park staff and volunteers present historical vignettes throughout Harpers Ferry National Park on some days, while on other days, visitors can take classes to learn to knit, raise a garden, and bake bread. Visitors can also hike and fish at the park.