Comfort Inn Conference Center
4500 Crain Hwy.
Bowie, MD 20716
Phone: (301) 464-0089
Fax: (301) 805-5563
Exciting Orioles' AA Professional Baseball plus a family-friendly environment and great promotions. Regular season games are from April to August.
Prince George' Stadium is a spectacular baseball venue located in the city of Bowie, Maryland. The stadium is also regularly available for multiple purposes that include playing host to major sporting events, concerts and other activities. For more details, do visit the website or call ahead.
The Bowie Baysox, a AA baseball farm team of the Baltimore Orioles, play at Prince George's Stadium. The intimate ballpark offers a family-friendly atmosphere and gives fans a chance to see tomorrow's major league baseball players up close. In addition to home games from April through September, there are nightly promotions, entertainment, fireworks, a carousel, face painting, and a children's playground. See their website for further information.
Features critically-acclaimed films, alternative productions, restored classics and first-run foreign movies in a state of the art theater.
Producing high quality entertainment since 1996. Call for information and tickets.
Chesapeake Chorale is a chorus of 50-60 singers who perform three to four concerts per year in the Bowie area with additional guest appearances at other locations throughout the year.
Revel Grove is a fictional town that is set up at the The Maryland Renaissance Festival site. This village takes up the form of an English town back in the 16th Century. The site dons a cheerful and lively look bustling with the locals and visitors. Food stalls, local vendors and taverns sell their merchandise here and usually the festival runs from August to late October.
This annual two-day event is held in late April and features over one hundred craftsmen, a variety of food and delicacies, and open admission and parking.
FedEx Field seats around 92,000 people and hosted a variety of popular events that are not limited to football. Popular bands, such as The Rolling Stones and Metallica, have performed here. The stadium itself is the home of the Redskins football team and was originally named the Jack Kent Cooke Stadium in honor of the previous owner of the Redskins team. It remains a popular venue for non-sports and sports fans alike, and events range. Please refer to the website for more details.
Home of the Anne Arundel County Fair, the grounds are the spot for good, wholesome entertainment. The fair organizers all work for a non-profit company, with the sole purpose of providing family-oriented entertainment throughout the year. Check the website to see what other events are coming up.
The Historic Baldwin Hall was built in 1861 and is also known as Cross Roads Church. The structure is located on a beautiful two-acre (0.80-hectare) property with large lawns, hardwood trees and trail paths. It is a one-story structure made in traditional Italianate and Carpenter Gothic style of architecture. The hall is managed by the Severn Cross Roads Foundation and serves as a wedding and banquet hall. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 10, 1983.
The Greenbelt Arts Center is best known for its little theater which allows directors to choose the kind of seating arrangement they like, whether it's stadium style, with a proscenium or a rotating stage. A number of exhibitions are displayed so make sure to look those up too.