Things to Do
Whether you are into hiking, camping, gold, visiting galleries, or attending a performance at a theatre, you’ll find it all, and more, in Montgomery County. With more than 33,000 acres of parkland in 345 parks, 60 galleries, 22 theatres, 50 historical venues, visitors and residents enjoy superb amenities throughout the year. Take a look at some of the things to do in Montgomery County under our menu.
Entertainment and Concerts
Montgomery County has plenty of places for fun concerts and entertainment, including the Strathmore, Bethesda Blues and Jazz Club, and the BlackRock Center for the Arts. If you are looking for something fun to do, be sure to look through the options we have under our entertainment and concerts tab!
Montgomery County has plenty of beautiful outdoor areas, including some great places for a little bit of adventure. Try Go Ape Treetop Adventure Park or the Agricultural History Farm Park for something a little different.
Sports and Recreation
The larger Washington, DC, area has some great options for sports and recreation. Try the Capital Bikeshare, or the Cabin John Regional Park Ice Rink for something to do in the wintertime.
There are lots of great places to visit in Washington, DC, and Montgomery County for families, including walking the Downtown Silver Spring Urban District and the Activity Center at Bohrer Park.
Arts Museums and Galleries
Montgomery County and Washington, DC, have some of the best art museums and galleries in the country. Feel free to explore our list for some of the best things to see in the surrounding area.
Montgomery County is full of places to visit in Washington, DC, including the classic Smithsonian Attractions, the national zoo, the national gallery, and many more!
If you are looking to save a little money on your trip, be sure to take a look at our deals and coupons.
Lastly, we love sharing some of our favorite things to do in Montgomery County and the Washington, DC, area, so be sure to look through our suggested itineraries for some fun things to do for a date night, to learn about our nation’s history, and to get active!