9624 Baltimore Ave.
College Park, MD 20740
Phone: (301) 474-0003
Fax: (301) 345-6541
9624 Baltimore Ave., College Park, MD, US, 20740
- Phone: (301) 474-0003
- Fax: (301) 345-6541
University of Maryland is a major educational hub with its history dating back to 1856. Students at this university have access to a number of facilities that helps them achieve an edge over others. This university aims for an all-rounded development of its students. With a well qualified staff and a career guidance center for students, its the best a child can get in terms of education.
Spanning 1176 acres (476 hectares), Greenbelt Park offers a refreshing escape from the urban grind. From hiking and bicycling to horse-riding, there's lots to do for outdoor enthusiasts within the park's sylvan landscapes. Excellent camping facilities throughout the park make it an excellent place for spending the entire day in the company of nature. There's picnic areas as well. Check website for more.
Prince George's County's only surviving historic mill, the two-story, rustic stone Adelphi Mill is the oldest and largest mill in the Washington area. Located near the University of Maryland on the Northwest Branch of the Anacostia River, the air-conditioned Adelphi Mill is available for public rentals.
A National Historic Landmark, Riversdale is a restored, stucco-covered brick Federal-style plantation mansion. The home is open for public docent-guided tours year round on Friday and Sunday afternoons and may also be rented for special events.
Built in a flourishing Queen Anne style of architecture, the Harry Smith House was established in 1890. One of the pioneer houses to be built in Riverdale (then called Riverdale Park), the house is said to have played a key role in development of its peripheral community. A major landmark around town, the Harry Smith House was added to the U.S National Register of Historic Places in 1993.
Named after the legendary rocket scientist, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center is open to the public through their visitor center. The center was founded in 1959 and is NASA's flagship space flight complex. Only scheduled tours are available and families or small groups visiting the visitor center to see the exhibits and rocket garden can do so during normal hours without any reservations. The registered tours comprises of operation areas, testing and satellite building sites.
Family owned and operated winery that produces German style wines from dry to sweet and two red wines. Tours and tasting by appoointment only.
One of the prominent middle schools in Takoma Park, the Takoma Park Middle School has its origins in the historic Takoma-Silver Spring School. Sprawled over an area of 18.8 acres (76,080.p square meters), this school has well-maintained facilities, like the Lee Jordan Athletic Field, basketball courts, a greenhouse, six science laboratories, a library and even a television studio, that help the school provide wholesome education. The Takoma Park Middle School is also a part of Maryland’s Green Schools program, which requires it to conserve energy and adopt environmentally-friendly ways of functioning. See the website to know more.
Luxury mega-plex, with twenty screens and stadium seating, running all of hollywood's latest blockbusters.
A state-of-the-art moving image exhibition, education and cultural center featuring 32,000 square feet of new construction housing three theatres, office and meeting space, and reception and exhibit areas.
One of the few surviving one-room schoolhouses in Prince George's County, the restored Seabrook Schoolhouse provided education for grades one through eight until the early 1950's. Open for tours by appointment, the Seabrook Schoolhouse features a program that includes interpretive exhibits and artifacts and programs. Open first Friday of every month and by appointment.
Named for its acorn-shaped pavilion, the Acorn Park is a city park that was originally built by Francis Preston Blair in 1840. It was part of his estate and contains a spring with water containing mica, that gave it a silver color. This 'silver spring' in fact led to the city being named after it! A tiny park, just 0.12 acres (0.0485623 hectares), the Acorn Park can easily go unnoticed amidst the tall building surrounding it. There is an artificial cave here, as well.