The Washington, D.C. area has many great communities. We'll highlight a few of the most popular communities and their attractions.
Our Nation's Capital is full of monuments, memorials, and historic charm. Washington, DC's eclectic neighborhoods exhibit authentic local flavor, which is one of the many reasons it landed on Business Insider's list for 50 best places to live in America. Looking for great museums to tour in Washington, D.C.? Checkout National Museum of African American History and Culture or The Smithsonian Institution.
Once a patchwork of villages and farmland is now a vibrant, family-friendly city in Prince George's County. Bowie is close to Washington, D.C., Annapolis, and the Eastern Shore of Maryland via U.S Route 50. Bowie Town Center has a great mix of casual dining, shops, and services for residents to enjoy. Bowie is home to Maryland's Six Flags America among other notable parks, 50 miles of bike trails, an indoor ice rink, and many more planned developments underway.
This close-knit town is just 20 miles from Washington, D.C., and a few minutes from Maryland’s amusement park Six Flags. There are many small parks and attractions, such as the Show Place Arena, Prince George’s Equestrian Center. For year-round fun, Montpelier Farms has you covered with a petting zoo, farmer’s market, and residents just love the fall pumpkin patch and harvest festival.
This waterfront wonderland is full of excitement! Try your hand at the MGM National Harbor Casino, enjoy the tastes and sounds on the waterfront, or take a relaxing ride on the carousel. The National Harbor is easily accessible via Interstate 95/495, or if you’re lucky enough to own a boat, there’s plenty of spaces to dock along the National Harbor Marina.
Hanover is home to Maryland’s largest shopping, dining, and entertainment at Arundel Mills Simon Center. Hanover is also home to many military families and conveniently located near Fort Meade military base. If you're feeling lucky, Maryland’s Live Casino & Hotel is a great place to unwind with friends after a busy week.
Welcome to Charm City. Home of the Baltimore Ravens, the best seafood in the world, and a bustling nightlife. It’s no wonder there was an increase in millennial first-time homebuyers making this city their top choice. Baltimore is conveniently located between the Eastern Seaboard and Washington, D.C.