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8175 Ocean Gateway, Easton, MD, US, 21601-7145

  • Phone: (410) 820-5555
  • Fax: (410) 820-7466
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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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57% of guests recommend this hotel

Entertainment Venues

»The Mainstay

The music-loving people of Rock Hall have relied on this quirky little concert venue for their fix of classic jazz, bluegrass and American roots music performances, ever since it opened its doors in 1997. Although smaller than most of the prominent concert venues you might have come across, the intimacy it offers along with the camaraderie of the eclectic crowd, matches no other. The experience is further enhanced by the use of a state-of-the-art sound system. In the past, artists and bands like Chuck Redd, Gene Bertoncini and The Preservation Hall Jazz Band have graced the stage and gave out some scintillating performances. So choose your favorite spot on the sofa or arm chair, and gear up for an exciting performance at The Mainstay.

5753 Main Street
Rock Hall, MD 21661

»Alumni Hall

Located inside the United States Naval Academy, the Alumni Hall opened its doors in the year 1991. The hall is used to stage different types of events like concerts, meetings, theatricals, lectures and more. With an fine seating arrangement and wonderful equipment available to conduct events, this hall ensure the success of the events taking place here. If you are interested in performing arts, Alumni Hall is the perfect place to go.

675 Decatur Road
Annapolis, MD 21402

»Stanton Center

The Stanton Community Center is located in a historic building that was built in 1893. This renovated center was a former elementary and high school, and was the pioneer high school for African Americans in the county. It has been home of the community center since the 1960s. The center includes offices, a gym, meeting rooms, a historic classroom, media center and a commercial kitchen. Offering a wide range of service for the citizens of Annapolis which includes cultural activities, community programs, fitness and other such facilities, it is one of the highly regarded institutions in the city.

92 West Washington Street
Annapolis, MD 21401

»Delaware State Fairgrounds

The Delaware State Fairgrounds are set in the picturesque city of Harrington. This is one of the premier outdoor venues in all of Delaware and has caught the eye of national and international event organizers who are impressed with the kind of arrangements available for consumer fairs, trade shows and agricultural events. Suitably located by the national highway, transport connections are also quick and convenient.

18500 South DuPont Highway
Harrington, DE 19952

»Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

Who knew the US Naval Academy had a football team? Well they do, and when they're not training or defending the country you can watch them play some good ol' American football at Navy Stadium. Since the Navy football team is not affiliated with any league, they play college teams like Notre Dame and even the Army.

550 Taylor Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401

»Bayside Toyota Pavilion

Bayside Toyota Pavilion was built in 2005 in a field adjacent to the firehouse. It is exclusively used for the concert series of the fire department which sees a host of top country performers enthralling the audience. This venue does not accept credit cards, so bring along cash with you. Some of the artists who have performed here are the Charlie Daniels Band, Lonestar, Sheryl Crow, Alabama and Montgomery Gentry.

200 Calvert Beach Road
St. Leonard, MD 20685

»Revel Grove

Revel Grove is a fictional town that is set up at the The Maryland Renaissance Festival site. This village takes up the form of an English town back in the 16th Century. The site dons a cheerful and lively look bustling with the locals and visitors. Food stalls, local vendors and taverns sell their merchandise here and usually the festival runs from August to late October.

1821 Crownsville Road
Crownsville, MD 21401

»Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds

Home of the Anne Arundel County Fair, the grounds are the spot for good, wholesome entertainment. The fair organizers all work for a non-profit company, with the sole purpose of providing family-oriented entertainment throughout the year. Check the website to see what other events are coming up.

1450 General Highway Route 178
Crownsville, MD 21032

»Baldwin Hall

The Historic Baldwin Hall was built in 1861 and is also known as Cross Roads Church. The structure is located on a beautiful two-acre (0.80-hectare) property with large lawns, hardwood trees and trail paths. It is a one-story structure made in traditional Italianate and Carpenter Gothic style of architecture. The hall is managed by the Severn Cross Roads Foundation and serves as a wedding and banquet hall. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 10, 1983.

1358 Millersville Road
Millersville, MD 21108

»Prince George's Stadium

Prince George' Stadium is a spectacular baseball venue located in the city of Bowie, Maryland. The stadium is also regularly available for multiple purposes that include playing host to major sporting events, concerts and other activities. For more details, do visit the website or call ahead.

4101 Crain Highway
Bowie, MD 20716

»Bowie Baysox

The Bowie Baysox, a AA baseball farm team of the Baltimore Orioles, play at Prince George's Stadium. The intimate ballpark offers a family-friendly atmosphere and gives fans a chance to see tomorrow's major league baseball players up close. In addition to home games from April through September, there are nightly promotions, entertainment, fireworks, a carousel, face painting, and a children's playground. See their website for further information.

4101 North East Crain Highway
Bowie, MD 20716

»McDoogals

McDoogals is one of the most popular adult entertainment venues in the whole of Baltimore. Offering services like lap-dancing, strip teases, nude dancers, massages, free parking et al, the club is a big hit with tourists as well. You do, however, need to be over 18 to enter the club, and over 21 if you want to drink. Gender holds no problem here, as women are allowed too. For those with a fetish for sports, a pool table is at your disposal!

8025 Fort Smallwood Road
Baltimore, MD 21226
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