- TripBuzz found 351 things to do with kids in or near Glen Burnie, Maryland, including 334 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Annapolis, Baltimore, Bowie and Silver Spring.
- From Marley Bounce Party to Glen Burnie Outdoor Ice Rink, the Glen Burnie area offers 112 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Children's Play Area, Bowling and Mini Golf.
- Glen Burnie, Maryland is a 18-mile wide city located within the suburb of Baltimore. The city is a popular residential area and due to its dense population, there are twenty two schools to serve Glen Burnie. Notable natives and residents include Toni Braxton, Montel Williams and Washington Redskins' Kevin Barnes.
Big Bus Tours Washington DC is a business that offers guests the opportunity to tour America's Capital by bus. During the tours, guests are led by experienced guides and see attractions including the White House, Capitol Hill, and Lincoln Memorial.
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7201 Old Alexandria Ferry Rd, Unit 1B-2B, Clinton, MD 20735 MoreLess Info
As a gymnastics facility, Clinton Gymnastics Academy provides visitors with equipment like bars, beams, and vaults to practice on. On Friday nights the academy has activities such as crafts and gym time for ages 3 to 10.
King Farm Dog Park provides benefits to dogs and owners alike such as a grassy running area, separate areas for large and small breeds, pools for water-loving dogs and many doggie stations. Visitors must first register their dogs.
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315 High Street, Suite 106, Chestertown, MD 21620 MoreLess Info
River Arts Chestertown showcases a wide range of works created by local artists, including ceramics, paintings, jewelry and photographs. In addition to their many exhibits, they regularly host classes, lectures and special events.
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George Washington Parkway, Arlington, VA 22216 MoreLess Info
Landscaped architects transformed overgrown farmland on a small island in 1930 to become the memorial Theodore Roosevelt Island. A forest was designed to mimic the original forest on the island, and there are miles of walking trails.
Theatrical and musical productions are performed at the Prince Theatre, which has recently been renamed as the Garfield Center for the Arts. Along with live productions, the venue hosts multiple workshops for youth and an educational outreach program.
In close proximity to a boardwalk, Chestertown Marina has a dock for a variety of sea vessels, and is surrounded by local gift shops and restaurants. The marina has a store where visitors can buy equipment for their boats.
The small Chester 5 Theatres maintains only five screens, but first-run popular films are shown at the cinema. Movies are screened both as matinees and evening shows with a special discount applied to those screened before 6pm.