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5100 Meadowside Lane,

Meadowside Nature Center offers weekday programs for school groups, scouts and other organized groups. Discovering Wildlife     Exploring Habitats    Plants and animals ...

Category:Nature Centers
Telephone301-258-4030

Montpelier Farms

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1720 Crain Highway,

See alpacas, sheep, bunnies, pigs, goats and other farm animals. Also enjoy activities such as gem stone mining, hayrides, corn maze and more. Spring and fall field trips.

Category:Agriculture
Telephone410-320-0464

8800 Greenbelt Road,

Exhibits, hands-on activities and a regular rocket launch. Also includes a full-size “rocket garden” with different types of rockets and hardware.

Telephone301-286-2000

7100 Connecticut Ave,

National 4-H Conference Center is the Washington, D.C. area's nonprofit hotel and conference center. Featuring hotel rooms for 800+ guests with 2 and 4 bedded room options, free bus parking, education ...

Category:Restaurants
Telephone301-961-2946

600 Independence Avenue at 6th Street SW,

Includes exhibits, an IMAX theater and a planetarium. Free daily educational programs.  

Category:Science Museums
Telephone202-633-2214

14390 Air & Space Museum Parkway,

Thousands of artifacts not included in the collection in Washington, D.C., including helicopters, the SR-71 Blackbird and the space shuttle Enterprise. Also includes an observation tower to see air tr ...

Category:Science Museums
Telephone703-572-4118

501 East Pratt Street,

A visit to the National Aquarium is your students' passport to discovering aquatic treasures. Located in the heart of Baltimore's Inner Harbor, the Aquarium features nearly 20,000 animals in award-win ...

Category:Aquarium
Telephone410-576-3833

3400 Bryan Point Road,

Discover what an ordinary tobacco-farming family was like in the 1770s. Interactive, experience-based tours.

Telephone301-283-2113

8290 Colony Seven Road,

Learn about code making and breaking. Learn about codes throughout history, from Civil War ciphers to biometrics.

Category:Science Museums
Telephone301-688-5849

1601 East North Avenue,

A wax museum of African American history features over 100 life- size, life- like wax figures in dramatic scenes.

Telephone410-563-3404

1400 Constitution Avenue NW,

Collections illustrate the major periods of African American history, from origins in Africa through slavery, reconstruction, the civil rights era, the Harlem Renaissance and into the 21st century. Sc ...

Telephone202-633-4751

950 Independence Avenue SW,

Visit the “playtime” section of the website for kid-friendly activities. Permanent and rotating exhibits showcase the art of the African continent and diaspora.

Category:Arts
Telephone202-633-4600

14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW,

See the original flag that inspired “The Star-Spangled Banner” along with daily activities, tours and exhibits.

Telephone202-633-1000

31 S. Greene Street,

Hands-on activities and exhibits show the evolution of dentistry, up to and including the latest developments in forensic sciences.

Category:Science Museums
Telephone410-706-0600

10th Street and Constitution Avenue NW,

Exhibits on everything from cultures to oceans to rocks and minerals. Also includes an IMAX theater.

Category:Science Museums
Telephone202-633-1000

4th Street and Independence Avenue SW,

Part of the Smithsonian, the museum examines the history and current status of the American Indian.

Telephone202-633-6644

230 Bald Eagle Drive,

School programs are offered year round. Naturalist led programs - the Winter Programs, see below - are offered mid-November through mid-March.Interpreted tram tours are offered spring through fall. E ...

Category:Nature Centers
Telephone301-497-5898

National Zoo

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3001 Connecticut Avenue NW,

Pandas and more at this free zoo. Learn about animal habits, habitats and conservation.

Category:Zoo
Telephone202-633-4888

13555 Beaver Dam Road,

Educational Field Trip Themes H a b i ta tsIdentify the living spaces of the park and who lives there. Explore trails, wildlife, and habitat needs ofthe forest, stream, and meadow community.Insects a ...

Category:Nature Centers
Telephone410-887-1815

Patriot Cruises

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213 N. Talbot Street,

A narrated historic cruise up the Miles River for up to 140 guests per cruise. Larger school groups are divided into 2 groups. This cruise has been a huge hit with many school and summer camp groups. ...

Telephone410-745-3100

Patriot Cruises

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213 N. Talbot Street,

A narrated historic cruise of the Miles River. Special student pricing offered.

Telephone410-745-3100

5561 Plantation Lane,

Built in 1741, the park features a plantation house, visitor center, small museum and trails. Fun, hands-on activities for kids to learn about the environment.

Telephone410-742-1741

6129 TIlghman Island Road,

At Phillips Wharf Environmental Center we offer two hour, hands-on field trip programs that incorporate “next generation” science standards and are tailored for specific grade levels. Extended progra ...

Category:Environmental
Telephone410-886-9200

11450 Audubon Ln,

Pickering Creek Audubon Center works to raise the environmental literacy of thousands of people annually through outdoor environmental education and activities. We offer programs to school and communi ...

Category:Nature Centers
Telephone410-822-4903

11450 Audubon Lane,

Outdoor environmental education and activities offered at Pickering Creek and off-site.

Category:Environmental
Telephone410-822-4903
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