- TripBuzz found 524 things to do with kids in or near Arlington, Virginia, including 499 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Washington, Silver Spring, Bethesda and Bowie.
- From Mount Vernon Trail to Gravelly Point Park, the Arlington area offers 113 different types of family activities, including: Monuments, Dog Park, Theaters and Parks.
- Part of the original 'ten mile square,' Arlington was returned to Virginia in the 1840s. The city has enjoyed a great deal of population growth over the years, thanks to the large number of people who work in nearby Washington DC. Arlington is closely tied to Washington DC and politics, and has war memorials, museums, and the famous national cemetery within its borders.
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408 Old Love Point Road, Stevensville, MD 21666 MoreLess Info
Located in a 19th century building, Historic Stevensville Post Office is a historic building managed by the Kent Island Historical Society. During the weekends, the post office is open to the public for tours and events.
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21604 Chicken Point Road, Tilghman, MD 21671 MoreLess Info
Dockside Express Cruises & Tours - Day Tours offers a variety of tour packages on its 49-seat Express Royale boat. Options include floating crab feasts, private charters, team-building exercises, and overnight excursions for groups of at least 25.
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21604 Chicken Point, Tilghman, MD 21671 MoreLess Info
Phillips Wharf Environmental Center is an educational attraction designed to teach visitors about the various animals of the Chesapeake Bay area. It offers hands-on experiences with animals, and features an ecological focus.
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6501 N Charles Street, Towson, MD 21204 MoreLess Info
Children's Playhouse of Maryland I provides workshops, summer camps and performing opportunities for young performers ages 6 - 18. Children's Playhouse produces four musicals and one play each season and take place on the campus of CCBC Essex.
Two large components make up the children's playground at Old Love Point Park with one section for toddlers while the other is aimed at older children. Several athletic fields, lighted basketball courts, and tennis courts are available in the park as well.
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120 Chatham Lane, Fredericksburg, VA MoreLess Info
The battle climax of the Civil War took place in the regions covered by the Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park. Visitors can learn about the war and the specific battles of the area through the park's museum and by walking across the battlefields themselves.
The spacious Georgia mansion and grounds, Chatham Manor, is a slice of Virginia history. The manor was home to many important and famous people throughout history and rooms are dedicated to preserving their memory.