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Points of interest between D.C. and Baltimore

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My family (kids are 5 & 7) are staying in DC April 11-14, hitting the typical first-timer spots. April 14 we wanted to move closer to BWI for early departure on 16th. What points of interest are there and/or nice communities we could venture to?

We will probably rent a car beginning on the 14th, but I'm flexible. If there's nothing that can fit into the day-and-a-half time frame we could stay in DC another night, but our hotel charges $350 on that Sunday night (14th) and we'd have to move hotels. (I got a great deal at the Sofitel for the first three nights.)

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