Your Bel Air stay puts you near historic sites 

Located just off I-95, the Country Inn & Suites, Bel Air/Aberdeen, MD is just a short drive from breathtaking outdoor adventure and historic sites. Wander amongst the sculpted plants of Ladew Topiary Gardens, spy bald eagles at Conowingo Dam, or overlook the Chesapeake Bay from the top of Concord Point Lighthouse. History buffs won't want to miss visiting local venues like the Steppingstone Farm Museum or the Havre de Grace Maritime Museum. You're also just a 30-minute drive from Baltimore, where you can find plenty of fun things to do, such as exploring the shops, restaurants and ships that line the city's Inner Harbor.
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Aberdeen Proving Ground

5.55 mi / 8.94 km from the hotel
More than 70 tenant companies call this special U.S. Army training and testing facility home. Take advantage of our hotel's special government amenities and deals to help you have a comfortable, affordable stay near the Army's "home of technology."

Aberdeen Room Archives & Museum

4.64 mi / 7.47 km from the hotel
Established in 1987, this local museum features more than 5,000 historical documents, artifacts and other items that provide a glimpse into the growth of the greater Aberdeen area.

Cedar Lane Regional Park

1.97 mi / 3.17 km from the hotel
This 110-acre, multipurpose recreational facility hosts regional and national lacrosse, soccer, football and baseball events on its 13 fields throughout the year.

Concord Point Lighthouse

9.82 mi / 15.8 km from the hotel
Built in 1827, Concord Point Lighthouse rewards guests who make the 36-foot trek to its top level, which features lovely views of the Chesapeake Bay.

Conowingo Dam

13.1 mi / 21.08 km from the hotel
Enjoy terrific views of the Susquehanna River and indigenous birds with a visit to Conowingo. You might even spot a bald eagle if you're lucky.

Havre de Grace Maritime Museum

9.75 mi / 15.69 km from the hotel
Located where the Susquehanna River meets the Chesapeake Bay, this museum in Havre de Grace tells the story of the region's maritime legacy through artifacts and exhibits.