Thrilling theme/water park featuring more than 100 rides, shows, and attractions. Highlights include four sensational children’s areas and eight world-class roller coasters.
Mrs. Keckly, best known as Mary Todd Lincoln's seamstress, worked on behalf of the newly emancipated enslaved people that sought refuge in the nation's capital. Keckly raised funds and collected donations for their benefit and organized the Contraband Relief Association at Union Bethel AME Church. Keckly was buried in National Harmony Memorial Park on May 28, 1907.
Suburban Washington D.C.'s most versatile sports, equestrian, entertainment, trade show and meeting facility with more than 49,000-sq. ft. of flexible exhibit space and banquet facilities.
First African-American owned/operated airport in Maryland. An outdoor exhibit area interprets the aviation history.
Darnall's Chance was opened as a museum in 1988. The house was built in 1742 for James Wardrop. Throughout its history, the site has served as the home of many prominent tobacco merchants.
Home to the Western Shore's largest concentration of wintering Canada geese (5,000+), also offers habitats for a wide variety of birds and mammals.
Offers visitors the experience of seeing history being discovered by archaeologists working on an active excavation, who uncover relics from American Indians, a colonial town and a tobacco plantation.
Features the Chesapeake Carousel, an authentic, hand-carved and restored turn-of-the-century Dentzel carousel, miniature train ride, putt-putt golf and playground. Fee for rides and putt-putt golf.