Conveniently located just 18 miles from Washington DC, making it easily accessible from I-495, I-270 and a short walk from the Twinbrook Metro Station.
Rockville's hometown golf course since 1974. The natural rolling layout gives golfers a traditional feel within a parkland setting
Investigate medical practices of the 1800s in this one-room, freestanding doctor's office (c. 1852). Dr. Stonestreet is 'in' second Sun. of the month.
Ongoing special events, tours and programs highlight Rockville's history, architecture and historic preservation. Visitors' center and research library for historic county seat.
Located on the old Isaac Riley Farm where Reverend Josiah Henson lived and worked as a slave from 1795 to 1830. His 1849 autobiography inspired Harriet Beecher Stowe's landmark novel, "Uncle Tom's Cabin."
Research library houses published, manuscript and archival collections about the county. Also open are two museums on county history. Free to members.
Produced the first bourbon to be made from start to finish in Maryland.
A 446-seat facility for the performing arts used primarily by conference groups, community theatre groups and professional touring companies.
An elegant 1926 home with significant architecture and gardens. Come visit an art gallery exhibit, a monthly Sunday afternoon concert or the the beautiful formal gardens.
Indoor or outdoor, enjoy a quick meal or family outing, you’ll find plenty of options including vegetarian, gluten-free and menu items your kids will love.
Offers a menu that marries award winning cuisine with a combination of steaks, chops and pastas.
A Greek restaurant that makes Greeks proud for their heritage and food.
Menu featuring locally grown produce, hormone-free beef and house-made desserts.
Our Peruvian inspired rotisserie chicken is paired with varieties of Latin riffs. Our locations offer dine-in & take-out options and patio seating.
Indulge in unique Greek-inspired dishes, skillfully crafted. Dishes are served mezze style— small plates, but large enough to share.