Want to take a trip, but you're not sure where to go or what to do? Well, here's an idea: head to Prince George's County and check out these great attractions!

Located on the eastern outskirts of Washington, D.C., Prince George's County has a lot of amazing things going for it! Here are some ideas for your next road trip to Prince George's County!

Six Flags America

[caption id="attachment_9628" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Courtesy of Six Flags America (Facebook)[/caption] Where: 13710 Central Avenue (Bowie, MD) Contact Information: Head to the website or call 301-249-1500 Everyone and their grandmother has heard of Six Flags America, and it's easy to see why! This amusement park has rides for all ages and thrill levels. See how brave you really are on rides like the Apocalypse: The Last Stand and the Dare Devil Dive, or if you're bringing along some smaller companions, stop by Happy Junction and the Carousel.

Capital Wheel

[caption id="attachment_9629" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Courtesy of The Capital Wheel (Facebook)[/caption] Where: 141 American Way (National Harbor, MD) Contact Information: Head to the website, call 301-842-8650, or email [email protected] The Capital Wheel will take you 180 feet above the Potomac River for a view you'll never forget. You'll be able to see the Washington Monument, the National Cathedral, the DMV's lush geography -- and much more!

The Carousel at National Harbor

[caption id="attachment_9630" align="aligncenter" width="720"] Courtesy of National Harbor (Facebook)[/caption] Where: 137 National Plaza (National Harbor, MD) Contact Information: Head to the website or call 301-842-8650 The Carousel at National Harbor is the perfect spot if you want to include family time in your trip! The 36-foot carousel is Americana-themed and offers many cool creatures for your little ones to sit on as they enjoy their ride. And once they're done, you can take them to burn off energy at the playground or toddler play area while you sit nearby and relax!

Surratt House Museum

[caption id="attachment_9631" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Courtesy of surrattmuseum.org[/caption] Where: 9118 Brandywine Road (Clinton, MD) Contact Information: Head to the website or call 301-868-1121 For your daily dose of history this summer, check out the Surratt House Museum! Built in 1852, the Surratt House was the home of Mary Surratt, whose role in the Lincoln assassination conspiracy led to her becoming the first woman in the United States to be executed. Now, the Surratt House is a museum dedicated to educating visitors on the story behind the plot to assassinate Lincoln. Be sure to check it out and see what information you can share at your next family gathering! Which of these Prince George's County attractions are you planning to visit? Which attractions should we include on our next list? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below!

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