Quality Inn & Suites
1 N. Second Street
Laurel, MD 20707
Phone: (301) 725-8800
Fax: (301) 725-7874
Take a tour of Jailbreak Brewing Company for a glimpse of all the behind the scenes action. Enjoy a tasting of their artisanal beer like The Kavorka, Feed The Monkey and Made With Basil.
The railroad bridge in Maryland is the only one left in the nation that was built in the revolutionary design in the history of American bridge engineering. It is a 160-foot (49-meter) long double-span truss bridge. Currently, it is used in the Savage Mill Trail. It was the first bridge built out of all metal to be used on railroad. It is named after its inventor, Wendel Bollman, a self-educated engineer from Baltimore.
Montpelier Arts Center serves as an incubating center for talented artists. The center is a venue for many performances, and they also host classes and seminars on regular basis.
Montpelier Mansion is a beautiful estate dating back to the 18th Century. It exemplifies the Georgian style of architecture and is a designated National Historic Landmark.
Atholton Park is known for its great outdoor recreational activities. It is one of the most loved parks for children.
Located in a secluded area, the Robinson Nature Center is an ideal recreational area for your entire family. The state-of-the-art nature center building is equipped with solar panels, planetarium, auditorium apart from other amenities.
Don S. S. Goodloe House was used as a residence for school children of African-American origin. It was built in 1915 in a Colonial Revival style of architecture. It is currently named the Goodloe Alumnihouse at Bowie State University. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on October 13, 1988.
For those passionate about ice skating, this place is one of the safest place for practice sessions. Provisions for the popular ice skating sports are provided and families are most welcome.
A grand way to explore nature is by visiting this man-made garden which has been thoughtfully designed. It covers a huge land area and has a lot of visitors on weekends.
Blandair Park is spread across an area of 300 acres (1.21 hectares) and remains a scenic picnic spot in Columbia. An erstwhile slave plantation, the park now features a well-laid-out playground and turf fields, apart from other facilities.
Bowie City, a small railroad stop of yesteryear, was originally christened Huntington City. The station, which was the focus of the town, was named after Governor Oden Bowie. Presently a museum, this venue houses an interesting collection of edifices. You will find restored railroad buildings like the waiting shed for passengers, the interlocking tower, the freight building, and the Norfolk and Western caboose from the '20s. Get a glimpse of railroad history in a unique setting.
Lake Kittamaqundi is an ideal place to relax and rewind after a long stressful day. The space is mostly used for a variety of summer festivals and local events.