Things To Do In Oxon Hill


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  • National Harbor
    It may be the inaugural year of Tysons Fall Harvest, but it already has the docket to rival any well-established fall festival. This family-friendly event will keep kids entertained with plenty of activities, from pony rides and petting zoos to a hay maze and pumpkin carving. Those who need to brush up on their carving skills can sit in on demonstrations from master pumpkin carvers or head to the craft corner to paint or just hug a gourd that escaped. Even without kids in tow, adults will have plenty to do, including visiting the wine and beer garden for unlimited samples when they purchase a tasting glass, as well as shopping a marketplace with pumpkins and fall decor. They might even consider dropping by Rocknoceros's set at the live-music stage; they might be a kids' band, but their acclaim has landed them gigs at Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, and the Kennedy Center. A portion of the Harvest's proceeds will benefit the Spirit of Hope Children's Foundation.
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    137 National Plz.
    National Harbor, MD US
  • Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival
    Forty varieties of bourbon and 60 beer draughts flow freely from taps into souvenir glasses, slaking thirsty throats with unlimited sips as guests tear through smoky meat concoctions at the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival's tasting stations. Once stuffed with ribs, brisket, and sausage, attendees can retire to the tasting theater to take in a seminar from pit masters and gourmet chefs on preparing fine barbecue or brewing stellar bourbon. Live rock, blues, and bluegrass bands set the airwaves quivering from the main stage with wailing tunes or announcements drawn in barbecue sauce. A cigar tent provides a smoky haven for puffing on fine tobacco products, and big-screen TVs beam the latest sports action directly into eyeballs.
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    137 National Plaza
    Fort Washington, MD US
  • AMC Entertainment
    At Rivertowne 12 Cinemas, children’s films, supernatural thrillers, comedies, and superhero blockbusters all share equal billing. Twelve auditoriums light their silver screens with 3D and digital projections, carrying audience members to other worlds so they don't blow their savings accounts while trying to make a space elevator.
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    6075 Oxon Hill Rd
    Oxon Hill, MD US
  • Club Elite
    Grab some friends and head on over to Club Elite for great pub grub. Foods low in fat are not on hand here, though, so get ready to loosen your belt buckle. The bar at Club Elite is fully stocked, so pair your meal with a glass of wine or beer. At Club Elite, you won't have to wait for your large or small group to be seated. Patrons are often seen swaying in their seats thanks to performances from Club Elite's live musical groups or DJs. Fridays and Saturdays really bring in the crowds, so make sure there's space for you by calling ahead for a reservation. No need for a wardrobe change when you hit Club Elite — it's strictly casual. Catering services are also available. Free parking is available in a lot near Club Elite. You'll find your bill at Club Elite to be more than reasonable, with most meals costing less than $15. Club Elite serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
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    3285 Brinkley Rd
    Temple Hills, MD US
  • Saturday Morning Race Day, National Harbor
    While the goal in a foot race is usually to outrun your opponents, the organizers of the Run N' Mate 5K hope to see participants sticking together. This is because their run focuses socialization over competition, encouraging participants to chat, mingle, and hopefully meet future running mates. By emphasizing the social element of running, they've create an event where runners can meet new friends with similar interests or glare at new frenemies wearing the same outfit. And to help break the ice, the run includes a Friday night pre-party, a Saturday night after-party, a digital photo booth, and more.
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    165 Waterfront St.
    National Harbor, MD US
  • National Harbor
    From weather-beaten docks that support rows of kayaks in a rainbow of colors, paddlers disembark onto the Potomac, threading through the bridge?s arches and taking in the lush riverside scenery. Nestled along three Potomac River locations, Boating in DC's team of water conquerors is on hand to instruct new kayakers and paddleboarders in taming the river?s gentle waves. Upon returning to shore, guests are invited to make use of the dock?s picnic tables to eat lunch and dry their hair.
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    165 Waterfront St.
    Oxon Hill, MD US

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