Visiting National Harbor
Just south of Washington, DC along the banks of the Potomac River near the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in Prince George’s County, Maryland sits NationalHarbor. Though a relatively new addition to the waterfront, the multi-use development has quickly become a popular tourist destination. With its direct access to I-95, it’s well worth taking the time to pull over and visit National Harbor.
Here are five things you’ll love about National Harbor:
Places to Stay
Places to Play
There’s always something happening at National Harbor. Family-friendly adventure abounds with the Capital Wheel, The Carousel and the ever-popular sculpture, The Awakening. Kids will spend hours climbing, running and playing under the giant screen.
Yes, there’s a giant screen where seasonal favorite, Movies on the Potomac National Harbor, features popular films shown under the stars.
But wait, there’s more!
There’s a marina, bike trails, paddle boats, water taxis, sight-seeing cruises, boat rentals……
Suffice it to say, this is a great place play.
The Washington, D.C. Area
If you’re planning a trip to Washington, DC, National Harbor is a fun option for spending a few hours or a few days. There’s plenty to do, see, eat and it’s all within a short distance of some of the world’s most famous landmarks.
165 Waterfront Street National Harbor, MD 20745