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Mt Vernon and Old Town Alexandria Day Trip from Washington DC
"Travel approximately 30 minutes to Mount Vernon the home and estate of George Washington one of the founding fathers of the United States and the nation’s first president. On the 500-plus acres of the estate explore the three-story mansion extensive gardens and many original sites including a working blacksmith shop and the Pioneer Farm a demonstration farm with an innovative 16-sided treading barn designed by Washington for threshing grain. The mansion has been restored to how it would have looked when Washington died in 1799. Some of the most notable items in the mansion inclu presented to Washington by the Marquis de Lafayette
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Day Trip To Mount Vernon From Washington DC
"On this 4.5 hour tour you’ll explore the fascinating home and home town of George Washington. Mount Vernon across the Potomac River in Virginia is a living museum of the life and times of the first President of the United States of America.Tour Washington’s famed mansion visit the plantation outbuildings where re-enactors keep colonial ways alive stroll through Martha Washington’s beautiful gardens
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Mount Vernon Admission Ticket
"Mount Vernon — once home to the United States' first president George Washington — is located just outside Washington DC. With your admission ticket you may spend as long as you'd like there on a visit that includes the mansion (most visitors spend at least three hours at Mount Vernon). Your time at the estate is flexible except for entering the mansion which is done at preselected time slots; choose a specific time when booking.When you arrive start in the Ford Orientation Center to watch an introductory film that presents a historical overview of key points in Washington’s life. Visit the Donald W. Reynolds Museum and Education Center to see a collection of more than 700 objects including Washington's dentures
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William B. Tennison - Bugeye

Wm. B. Tennison is a nine-log sailing bugeye hull converted to powered buy-boat, official number 081674. Tennison was built in 1899 by master carpenter Frank Laird of Monie, Maryland, at Crabb Island...
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The Governor Thomas Johnson Bridge

Solomon's Island is hardly an island at all now - the connection to the mainland is spanned by a bridge that is so small as to be almost unnoticeable. The road to Solomons from the north is Maryland...
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Sail the Sultana

The Solomon's museum (Calvert Marine Museum) sponsors tours on the 1768 Colonial schooner Sultana. The Sultana is 100 feet long, and is the reproduction of the British Royal Navy ship of the same...
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On your own boat

Solomon's Island is one of the larger boating centers on the Chesapeake (along with Annapolis, St. Michaels, Oxford, etc.) Many people visit Solomon's by boat. Some of them go to marinas and some...
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13100 Dowell Road, Dowell, Solomons, Maryland, 20688, United States
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155 Holiday Dr, Solomons, Maryland, 20688, United States
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255 Lore Rd, Solomons, MD 20688
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Charles And Maltby Sts., Box 759, Solomons, Maryland, 20688, United States
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210 A Street (Alexander Lane), Solomons, Maryland, 20688-0520, United States
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P. O. Box 118, 14614 Solomons Island Road, Solomons, Maryland, 20688, United States
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"Boating center"
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DEBBBEDB

"Ringing the Bell for the Marine Museum"
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Tom_Fields

"The Most Fun Place in Southern Maryland"
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"Urban Getaway"
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"the Southern tip of Calvert County"
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