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  • Outdoor Activities

    »Show Place Arena

    This oval-shaped building has a maximum capacity of 5,200 and hosts a large variety of sporting events, concerts and trade shows. Its large space allows itself to easily covert into 3 banquet or meeting rooms for other celebrations. Check their website for a calendar of events and ticketing information.Cincinnati Playhouse In The Park

    14900 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Upper Malboro, MD 20772

    »Alexandria Archaeology Museum

    Located in the Torpedo Factory Art Center, the Alexandria Archaeology Museum contains artifacts culled from more than 150 sites and spanning over 10,000 years of human existence. The museum, part of the Office of Historic Alexandria, features exhibits, events and hands-on learning programs. Volunteers, local archaeologists, and students work at the museum to keep the collection and data in order. In addition, this family-friendly organization hosts "family dig days" at local sites and offers summer camps for children and adults.

    105 North Union Street, Suite 327
    Alexandria, VA 22314

    »Old Town Alexandria

    Long before the establishment of Washington, DC, Alexandria was a town centered in politics and commerce. The founding fathers often met here to discuss freedom and revolution. Visit Robert E. Lee's boyhood home and that of his father, General "Lighthorse" Harry Lee, a Revolutionary War hero. Nearby Christ Church is where George Washington worshipped. Stroll down King Street with its many quaint shops and restaurants or duck down one of the side streets, many of which have their original cobblestones. Alexandria is 30 minutes south of Washington. Take the George Washington Memorial Parkway.

    East of Columbus Street
    Alexandria, VA 22302

    »Mariner Sailing School

    The Potomac River is a perfect place for exploring by boat. Whether you sail past Washington and all the monuments or down toward the Chesapeake Bay, it will be a glorious experience. The Mariner Sailing School offers lessons and allows you to complete the course within1 week. All courses are hands-on and taught aboard one of the sailboats. For those who already know how to sail, boat rentals are available for groups of 2-6 people. In addition, the school rents kayaks, canoes and windsurfers, and gives instruction on each of them.

    6401 George Washington Memorial PArkway
    Alexandria, VA 22307

    »Yards Park

    Dotting the city's waterfront is the wonderful Yards Park that opened in September 2010. A stunning example of how urban planning can play such a vital role in ensuring that city-dwellers enjoy their time in the city, this park comes replete with fountains, jogging tracks, biking trails, waterside lawns, shopping spots, cafes, bars and more. A special platform has been constructed to host outdoor events like concerts, community get-togethers, dog shows and festivals.

    355 Water Street South East
    Washington DC, DC 20003

    »Friendship Firehouse

    Children and other fans of firefighters and their equipment will enjoy visiting Alexandria's oldest firehouse, built in 1871. The Friendship Fire Company itself pre-dates the building by 100 years and is rumored to have been a pet project of George Washington's. Restored in the 1990s, the Firehouse offers visitors a look at the equipment used since the nation's founding. Also displayed are the clothes firefighters wore throughout this company's history. Special exhibits are often held.

    107 South Alfred Street
    Alexandria, VA 22314

    »D.C. Armory

    Be it conventions, circus or inaugural balls, the D.C. Armory is equipped to handle it all. With its state-of-the-art facilities, which includes on-call medical aid, it's no surprise that the place is happening throughout the year. Several horse, home, car, and food shows have also taken place here. So, if you're looking to hold or attend an event, look no further.

    2001 East Capitol Street Southeast
    Washington, DC 20003

    »River Farm Garden Park

    George Washington owned this 27-acre estate that is now home to the American Horticulture Society. Part of the manor dates to before the American Revolution, and visitors may explore the gracious mansion on self-guided tours. Stroll through the 12 thematically designed gardens. One features butterflies, another the sundial and yet another is devoted to the ever-popular dinosaur. History buffs may wander the colonial garden or learn about Washington's interest in horticulture. He introduced walnut, coffee bean and Osage-orange trees to the farm.

    7931 East Boulevard Drive
    Alexandria, VA 22308

    »Anacostia Park

    Freed slaves first settled this area once known as Uniontown, just after the Civil War. Today, this 1,200-acre setting, including Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens, is enjoyed by children and adults alike. The park offers a range of activities including tennis, basketball, roller-skating, an indoor pool and an ice skating rink. In addition, there is a recreation center, hiking trails and fishing and boating. Golf lovers will enjoy Langston Golf Course, an 18-hole course with a driving range.

    1900 S Street Southeast
    Washington, DC 20020

    »Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens

    Early morning is the time to catch the blooming water-bound plants of this park. Run by the National Park Service, the 12-acre marshland park is often overlooked by visitors who head for better-known Washington sites. As a result, the park is an uncrowded getaway. Nature-lovers and children especially will enjoy more than 100,000 flowering plants and fauna sightings.

    1550 Anacostia Avenue Northeast
    Washington, DC 20019

    »National Maritime Heritage Foundation

    The National Maritime Heritage Foundation offers Washington, DC's first and only community sailing program. NMHF provides sailing lessons, boat rentals, fleet racing, Schooner cruises and charters on the Washington Channel for both youth and adults. Learn to Sail offers the incredible opportunity to get your internationally accepted sailing certification from US 19-foot Flying Scot sailboats. NMHF is a  nonprofit organization dedicated to offering sailing scholarships to underprivileged youth.

    600 Water Street SouthWest
    Washington , DC 20024

    »U.S. Botanic Garden

    The gorgeous U.S. Botanic Garden conservatory presents botanical variety from the desert to the tropics along a series of calm and gently meandering paths. A particular waterfall and garden display the flora of the dinosaur age. Seasonal displays include Christmas greens and poinsettias in December and January, chrysanthemums in autumn and blooming flowers at Easter. A new part of the United States Botanic Garden (USBG), the National Garden, was opened in October 2006 and includes the carefully-designed Butterfly Garden. Admission to all parts of the USBG is free.

    100 Maryland Avenue, Southwest
    Washington, DC 20001
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