Fairfax Realty,Inc
Keji Ogunleye
5 Interesting Places to visit in Bowie, MD
    By  Keji & Associates of Fairfax Realty,Inc
Spring is upon us and in a few weeks the schools will be close for spring break. While some children will go to spring camp, some will be at home. Here are some interesting places to visit during the spring break, summer break or anytime if you live in Bowie, moving to Bowie or visiting Bowie.
1.Prince George's Stadium home of the Bowie Baysox Minor league team in Bowie. There are so many events going on at the stadium weekly. Be sure to check the special events and program for kids.
Admission: Varies
Address:4101 Crain Hwy, Bowie, MD 20716
  
2.Allen Pond Park: This park features 85 acres with many attractions and large amphitheatre, many walking trails, play grounds, skate park , picnic tables,  boat rentals. Take the children  out for a picnic, enjoy nature, walk on trails and bring some bread crumbs to feed the ducks.
Admission: Free
Address: 3330 Northview Dr, Bowie, MD 20716

3.Belair Mansion museum is one of many museums located within Bowie city limits and admission to these museums are free. This mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1745 by  Governor Samuel Ogle it offers a look at life in Bowie in the 1700's . There is always planned activity at the mansion for children and adult alike. A little history lesson for spring break be sure to check the schedule for list of activities.
Admission: Free
Address: 12207 Tulip Grove Dr, Bowie, MD 20715
4.Belair Stable Museum: Located just few minutes from Belair Mansion, with legacy of horse racing in the 1900's . The stable is home to many champion horses. Check out the many uses of the stables through the years. Many activities are schedule in the museum throughout the year.
Admission: Free
Address:2835 Belair Dr, Bowie, MD 20715


5. Bowie Railroad Museum: A planned railroad from Baltimore to Southern Maryland with stop at Bowie station in 1872. The stop at Bowie was a busy stop till 1989 when it was closed and a new station was built at Bowie State University. The city of Bowie restored the old railroad stop and rightly named Bowie Railroad Museum. The museum is part of the many amenities in Bowie for residents. Visit to the museum is free with many planned activities throughout the year.
Admission: Free
Address: 8614 Chestnut Av, Bowie, MD 20715
Go out and enjoy the spring break!!!
Keji & Associates of Fairfax Realty is a team of licensed agents working daily to get homes sold  for our clients in Bowie, Upper Marlboro, Fort Washington and other parts of the metro area. We delight our clients by delivering  world class service every step of the way and we strive to create a win-win situation this  is all part of our values and beliefs. Contact us @ 301-613-2043, email keji@metrohomesrealty.com or visit our website . www.metrohomesrealty.com

 

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