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      • Museums (5)
      • Parks (4)
      • Performing Arts Venues (4)
      • Laurel, United States (7)
      • College Park, United States (5)
      • Outdoors & Recreation (3)
      • Bladensburg, United States (3)
      • Hyattsville, United States (3)
      • Greenbelt, United States (3)
      • Brentwood, United States (3)
      • Monuments / Landmarks (2)
      • Edmonston, United States (2)
      • Beltsville, United States (2)
      • Gyms (1)
      • Mount Rainier, United States (1)
      • Colmar Manor, United States (1)
      • Riverdale, United States (1)
      • Cheverly, United States (1)
      Queen's Chapel United Methodist ChurchNovember 28, 2011
      Church
      • Beltsville, United States

      In historic Rossville or Muirkirk. Very close to the old iron works. Abraham Hall is a historic site with interpretive information.

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      Berwyn Heights Community CenterNovember 28, 2011
      Gym
      • United States

      A unique community with great architecture from the turn of the century. Visit town hall for a walking tour of the community.

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      City of College Park - City HallNovember 3, 2011
      City Hall
      • College Park, United States

      Start here for an exploration of the historic sites and places in College Park. Also, downtown is a great place to shop!

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      Colmar Manor Community Ctr & Town HallNovember 3, 2011
      City Hall
      • Colmar Manor, United States

      Start here for a bike ride up through Colmar Manor and along the Dueling Creek (site of 25+ duels in the early years of the US).

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      Bartlett ParkNovember 3, 2011
      Park
      • Brentwood, United States

      Quiet park in the middle of Brentwood. Start here to explore the community.

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      Mount Rainier City HallNovember 3, 2011
      Government
      • Mount Rainier, United States

      Location of the Mount Rainier Farmer's Market and Bus terminal as well. Shopping on 38th Street is worth the quick walk.

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      Paint Branch ParkNovember 3, 2011
      Park
      • College Park, United States

      Home to a disc golf course as well as a starting point for the Tributary Trail System.

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      The Clarice Smith Performing Arts CenterNovember 3, 2011
      Performing Arts
      • College Park, United States

      Spectacular venue for performances and plays.

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      Publick PlayhouseNovember 3, 2011
      Performing Arts
      • Cheverly, United States

      Theater from the 1940s which is now used for a variety of community and regional shows and performances. Managed by Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission.

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      Bostwick HouseNovember 3, 2011
      Landmark
      • Bladensburg, United States

      Historic home of Benjamin Stoddart, Secretary of the Navy who helped revolutionize the navy before the War of 1812. Owned by the Town of Bladensburg.

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      Anacostia Watershed SocietyNovember 3, 2011
      Office
      • Bladensburg, United States

      Located in the historic George Washington House, which was used in the War of 1812, AWS works hard to protect the region's river and tributaries.

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      Dinosaur ParkNovember 3, 2011
      Other Outdoors
      • Laurel, United States

      This park has hands on digs on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month during the spring, summer, and fall. Stop by at any time to learn about dinosaurs and the region from the signage.

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      Fort Lincoln CemeteryNovember 3, 2011
      Cemetery
      • Brentwood, United States

      Situated on a hill above the Anacostia River, this site was the point of action in the War of 1812 and a major circle fort during the Civil War. The "Little Chapel" has amazing stained glass.

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      Cottage City Town HallNovember 3, 2011
      Government
      • Brentwood, United States

      Cottage City is on the War of 1812 Battle of Bladensburg battlefield. Built during the 1920s and 1930s, this small community has a great collection of bungalows.

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      ECO City FarmsNovember 3, 2011
      Farm
      • Edmonston, United States

      In the middle of Edmonston, next to the river and the trail is a farm with chickens and green houses.

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      Community ForkliftNovember 3, 2011
      Furniture / Home
      • Hyattsville, United States

      Need an old doorknob? How about cabinets? Granite? A bath tub? You can find salvaged materials for your next project. Go green and save green.

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      Edmonston Town HallNovember 3, 2011
      City Hall
      • Hyattsville, United States

      Stop here for information on the community's unique green street - its eco-friendly!

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      Adelphi MillNovember 3, 2011
      Park
      • Hyattsville, United States

      Available as a rental, this site is also a good starting point for your bike trip up or down the Northwest branch trail system.

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      City of Hyattsville Municipal BuildingNovember 3, 2011
      City Hall
      • Hyattsville, United States

      Also home to Maryland Milestone's offices - the new visitors center will be built next door. Come and say hi!

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      University of MarylandNovember 3, 2011
      University
      • College Park, United States

      Stop in at Turner Hall for information on the campus (and don't forget some ice cream at the Dairy). The campus is the state's largest and has a unique collection of buildings and landscapes.

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