- The list below includes 276 free or cheap things to do in or near Edgewater, Maryland, including 112 different types of inexpensive activities like Marinas, Parks, Science Museums and Historic Buildings.
- From Mayo Beach Park to South River Colony Conservancy, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Edgewater and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Baltimore, Annapolis, Laurel and Glen Burnie.
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Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA 22201 MoreLess Info
The Arlington National Cemetery houses the Women in Military Service for America Memorial. The site is meant to be a living memorial that honors past, present, and future servicewomen who serve in or with the United States Armed Forces in all conflicts, beginning with the American Revolution.
Offering views of the harbor, Federal Hill Park features cannons that were used during the Civil War at Fort Federal Hill. The park provides a basketball court, a children's playground, benches, picnic areas, open green space and a plaza.
Featuring live racing, Rosecroft Race Way has hosted a number of significant races over the years including the Breeders Crown. Along with live races, a regular schedule of simulcast racing can be enjoyed at this facility.
Spanning 298-acres of land, Blandair Regional Park is a recreational park that features a playground, a pond, and several multipurpose sports fields. The fields have bleachers and there is parking available in the park.
601 Light St, Baltimore, MD 21230 MoreLess Info
The Maryland Science Center in Baltimore comprises of a planetarium, an observatory and a hands-on exhibit featuring dinosaur skeletons, scientific demonstrations, astronomical exhibits and more.
At Charm City Food Tours, visitors will stop at the city's major culinary destinations on a guided walking tour. On the tour, visitors will sample a wide variety of food from cultures like Italian, Jewish, and more.
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600 Charles Street, Baltimore, MD MoreLess Info
The centerpiece of a National Historic Landmark District, Washington Monument and Mount Vernon Park was first designed more than 200 years ago. Visitors can enjoy strolling the park, enjoying a picnic lunch, and soaking in the history of the area.
Oriole Park at Camden Yards is a major league baseball stadium which also serves as the home field of the Baltimore Orioles. Being the first of the 90's 'retro' ballparks, its features an outfield made exclusively of straight wall segments and seats which provide scenic skyline views.