Beltsville is a census-designated place (CDP) in northern Prince George's County, Maryland, United States. The community was named for Truman Belt, a local landowner. The population was 16,772 at the 2010 census. Beltsville includes the unincorporated community of Vansville.
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4.5 based on 132 reviews
A great rainy-day attraction near Wallops Island, the center conducts launches of its model rockets.
A mid-week visit does not lead to many crowds (or staff), which is nice, but the exhibits are sort of haphazard. Some cool items - like the interactive touchscreen presentations, the infrared camera, and the moon rock - but overall seems sort of tired. The rusting rockets in the back made it seem more like a private roadside attraction than the gateway to a NASA facility that employs 10,000 scientists and engineers.
4.5 based on 248 reviews
I have been there multiple times. the butterfly gardens are gorgeous, and the gardens are immense. there's a stream on the property, but its not super pretty looking. but the pond is where is like to go, just to sit down and watch the ducks, it's so relaxing.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
If you have an interest in early aviation (or have a child who is interested), this affordable museum is for you! Affiliated with the Smithsonian, this museum and active airstrip has several full size airplane exhibits including a Jenny. They focus on the Wright brothers, who built airplanes on the grounds, early airmail, and some experimental aircraft. Lots of hands on activities for the kids.
5 based on 433 reviews
The largest Adventure Park in North America. Challenge Yourself! Over 200 Platforms high in The Trees, covering 5 acres, interconnected by zip lines, ropes, obstacles, challenges and fun! 13 Separate courses, 6 difficulty levels, from beginner to insane. Unlimited climbing for 3 hours. Ages 5 - 84 (so far!) Reservations welcome 7 days a week, March-December.
Our boys, ages 9, 10 and 12, has an excellent time on the ropes course at the Adventure Park at Sandy Spring. We bought our tickets in advance because we were going on a Saturday morning and, according to the reservations page on the website,...MoreAwesome to hear this! We love having as many climbers as possible but also aim to lower wait times so everyone can get the most out of their adventure!
4.5 based on 132 reviews
Vino 301 Wine Concierge offers memorable and fun wine tasting tours in Maryland. We introduce you to Maryland’s vineyards. Our knowledgeable Tour Ambassadors take you on a wonderful journey through Maryland's wine regions. Vino 301 Wine Concierge takes care all the details, transport you to and from the vineyards, so you can have a carefree and enjoyable day!
Leslie (the owner of Vino 301 and tour operator) is an amazing and knowledgeable wine/tourism profession!
I brought a group of wine content creators (writers, content creators, social media personalities) out on a day of wine tasting c/o Wine Trail Adventures. Leslie shared great tips about the surrounding wineries and tips even I didn’t know! Despite the gloomy weather, Leslie was there with a smile and a goodie bag of wine glasses and bottles of water! Both smart and fun!
We visited Black Ankle and Hidden Hills Winery. One of the distinct advantages of taking a wine tour rather than going on your own is to have the testing set up tailored to your group. Because Leslie knew we were a group of knowledgeable wine lovers, she set up had an amazing and more advanced-like tasting from both wineries.
Thank you for the experience and the attention to detail to all the people at Vino 301! Happy to always tour with you guys!
4.5 based on 132 reviews
If you like gardens, woods, nighttime light adventures, nature and butterflies, a visit to Brookside Gardens welcomes all ages of folks every season of the year. There is a pathway for walkers or wheelchairs, there's a children's garden, a most wonderful fregrence garden, a rose garden, a gazebo overlooking a pond, a pathway around a lake and through the woods and scheduled activities to numerous to list. This magical place is a part of Wheaton Regional Park. It's free and there's plenty of parking.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Theater has been updated...with new seats. You will appreciate the reclining seats and seat choices, if the movie is not a "sell out" and theater is not too full. You might choose to use the venue in the earlier part of the day, as it seems to be cleaner.
2.5 based on 11 reviews
At $29 a round, this course was okay. The interesting layout and the challenge of a real penalty for missed shots made up for the overall poor condition - tight, forested fairways, water hazards, elevation changes, and creative short-game situations. BUT, the new highway came through and ruined the best hole, conditions are generally worse, and the increase to $49 renders it not worth the price of admission. The greens were patchy and inconsistent, the fringes not puttable, and the tee areas fairly chewed up. The irons-only driving range and tiny practice green are subpar. The food used to be great, but since the grill was closed when I was there, who knows anymore?
5 based on 52 reviews
This is a great place to drop in to learn more about the area. I found this place when I wanted to learn more about the trails and appreciated the map. Also a good place to start your forest hike ... they have clean restrooms!
4.5 based on 55 reviews
We took the behind the scenes tour, which takes you to the attic, cellars, and hidden staircases. Somewhat challenging. Very knowledgeable guide who had lived at this pre-revolutionary war dwelling. House has been expanded, updated, and hosted a lot of interesting folk. See the vault in the basement.
Good place to visit during normal hours as well, particularly during the Holidays.
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