- The list below includes 162 free or cheap things to do in or near Rock Hall, Maryland, including 111 different types of inexpensive activities like Marinas, Fishing, Kayaking and Parks.
- From Grays Inn Creek Marina to Haven Harbour Marina, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Rock Hall and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Baltimore, Annapolis, Glen Burnie and Pasadena.
An art gallery with an international and progressive focus, Art Whino showcases the works of more than 1200 artists from all around the world. The gallery features works in a wide array of media, and representing many movements.
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165 Waterfront Street, Oxon Hill, MD 20745 MoreLess Info
Boating In DC at National Harbor offers rentals of non-motorized boats, from three person canoes to single kayaks. Additionally, they have classes, tours of the Potomac and children's summer camps that teach boating safety and boat navigation.
Located within a modern 2,000 square-foot building, the Maris Elaine Gallery is a private art gallery featuring a variety of different artistic creations. Artworks at the gallery include paintings, sculptures, ceramics, photography, and numerous others.
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Entrance at Arlington Memorial Bridge, Arlington, VA 22211 MoreLess Info
Veteran soldiers who have served in every war from the American Revolution to the most recent conflicts are buried in the massive Arlington National Cemetery. More than 260,000 individuals are in this military cemetery, including John F. Kennedy.
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8310 Fort Foote Road, Fort Washington, MD 20744 MoreLess Info
Offering many classes, programs, and workshops throughout the year, Fort Foote Recreation Center has a gymnasium, athletic fields, playground equipment, restrooms, offices, and storage space for a variety of needs.
Receiving roughly 500,000 visitors each year, the Torpedo Factory Art Center serves as one of the largest art havens in the county with 82 studios, six galleries, and two workshops. The institute also has art classes through The Art League School and an on-site cafe.
The 18th century Palladian-style building known as Carlyle House offers daily tours of the house to explore the life of John Carlyle in pre-Revolutionary Virginia. Special programs for children, events, exhibits, and lectures are held throughout the year.