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Day Trips and Short, Fun Outings from Kim Keyes

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Greenbelt writer Kim Keyes, we recently learned, doesn’t JUST write. She also makes videos, and has a new playlist called “The Baltimore and  Washington, D.C. Area that Tourists Rarely See” and it’s a great addition to our blog category “Day Trips.” We thank her for expanding our horizons and confirming that our area is incredibly rich in places to visit.

Explore and enjoy!

Screen shot of Kim at Selfie WRLD in NoVa.

Maryland

North Beach, a beach town on the Chesapeake Bay (fitting companion to our blog posts and video about the charming beach town just 45 minutes from Greenbelt).

Crabtowne USA seafood restaurant in Glen Burnie

Ann’s Dari Creme in Glen Burnie

Paper Moon Diner in Baltimore

Patterson Park in Baltimore, rich in history

Christmas Village in Baltimore, German-style Christmas market that is open at the Inner Harbor each year from the first weekend of Advent to Christmas Eve

Frank Zappa Memorial in Baltimore, a memorial to experimental rock and avant garde music guitarist, who was born in Baltimore

The Creative Alliance in Baltimore, a community arts organization in Baltimore’s Highlandtown area that is housed in a restored vintage 1930s movie theater

Patapsco Flea Market in Baltimore, the biggest indoor flea markets in the Baltimore-Washington, DC area

Valley View Farms’ Christmas Show, in Cockeysville, north of Baltimore

Wizard of Oz Playground in Watkins Regional Park, Upper Marlboro

National Park Seminary in Silver Spring

DoodleHATCH, a fantasy-themed art gallery in Columbia

Third Eye Comics and Games in Annapolis

Rocky Point Creamery in Tuscarora (S. Frederick County), a dairy farm that serves ice cream fresh from their cows, and field of sunflowers to photograph and pick from

Exorcist Houses of Maryland – several in Mt. Rainier and Cottage City, about Mark Opsasnick’s findings reports in this article.

In Washington, D.C.

Holodomor Genocide Memorial – dedicated to the millions of people of Ukraine who perished in the man-made famine of 1932-1933.

Planet Word Museum, a museum that is devoted to words and language

National Arboretum, the 451-acre park and garden not far from Greenbelt

Barbie Pond on Avenue Q – a quirky selection!

In Virginia

Dinosaur Land in White Post, Virginia (in the Shenandoah Valley)

Around Greenbelt

Greenbelt readers already know about the local spots in these videos, we’re betting, but she includes them because her audience is much wider – anyone who lives in or might visit the DMV.

Historic Greenbelt

Sculptures of Lenore Thomas Straus

Greenbelt Peace Memorial

Greenbelt Museum

Firefly Sanctuary

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Susan started blogging about Greenbelt soon after moving here in 2012, and that first blog has grown into this nonprofit community website. She also created and curates the Greenbelt Maryland YouTube channel. In 2021 Susan joined the Board of Directors of Greenbelt Access TV. Retired from garden writing and teaching, she continues to blog at GardenRant.com.

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