Prince George's County Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Prince George's County - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Fort Washington Park

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George Washington chose this site on a narrow portion of the Potomac River for the first fort to protect the nation's capital. It was...

Montpelier Mansion

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On 70 acres of parkland, Montpelier Mansion is a masterpiece of Georgian architecture that George Washington used as a guesthouse on...

Oxon Cove Park

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This park preserves 20th-century farm life on a site where the Piscataway Native Americans once lived and was also once part of the Underground...

Patuxent National Wildlife Visitor Center

  • Nature Preserve/Wildlife Refuge

One of the Department of the Interior's largest science and environmental education centers, the Patuxent National Wildlife Visitor Center,...

Piscataway Park

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On 4,000 acres of land bought to protect the view from Mount Vernon across the river, Piscataway Park attracts history buffs, horticulturists...

Potomac Riverboat Company

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Jump aboard a cruise ship from National Harbor's dock for a water tour of Mount Vernon or Alexandria and Georgetown. The trip to Mount...

Six Flags America

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Maryland's only amusement park, Six Flags America combines a theme park with Hurricane Harbor, a water park. On the "dry" side, high-speed...

Surratt House Museum

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The Surratt House Museum, once a house and tavern, is where John Wilkes Booth sought refuge after assassinating President Lincoln. For...

The Awakening

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This sculpture depicts a 100-foot giant struggling to free himself from the earth and is actually five separate pieces buried in the...

University of Maryland at College Park

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One of the largest campuses in the country, the University of Maryland at College Park has an enrollment of about 37,000. The College...

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