Explore a variety of things to do in Hagerstown

Reserve your hotel room at the Country Inn & Suites, Hagerstown, MD to stay at the hub of several highways, which makes day trips to other cities such as Gettysburg, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C. possible. Carve out some time to visit the Antietam National Battlefield, where you can delve into Civil War history. Then make your way to Hagerstown Aviation Museum, home to antique planes and aircraft memorabilia. Discover family-friendly things to do like hiking along the Western Maryland Rail Trail and shopping at Hagerstown Premium Outlets or Valley Mall. Close out an evening with Hagerstown Suns baseball action at Municipal Stadium.

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Antietam National Battlefield

9.84 mi / 15.84 km from the hotel
Before exploring this Civil War battlefield, take an engaging tour of the museum and watch an informative video to learn more about this historic site.

Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park

3.4 mi / 5.48 km from the hotel
At this destination, you can hike, camp, ride horseback, or cruise the canal, which runs parallel to the Potomac River.

Hagerstown Aviation Museum

6.45 mi / 10.37 km from the hotel
If you marvel at aviation, you'll enjoy a stop at this non-profit museum that features an impressive collection of antique planes and memorabilia.

Hagerstown Premium Outlets

2.16 mi / 3.47 km from the hotel
Hit this shopping complex to find savings on top brands like Calvin Klein, Kate Spade, Banana Republic, Polo Ralph Lauren, and Coach.

Hagerstown Suns Baseball

3.12 mi / 5.03 km from the hotel
Root for the Hagerstown Suns baseball team at Municipal Stadium, a great outdoor venue for family fun.

Valley Mall

0.19 mi / 0.31 km from the hotel
With more than 100 name-brand stores, this popular indoor mall is certain to result in a successful shopping day. Need a break from retail therapy? Take in a movie or grab a bite to eat at the food court.

Western Maryland Rail Trail

13.15 mi / 21.16 km from the hotel
Explore the shores of the Potomac River by way of the Western Maryland Rail Trail, a 20-mile paved path that's perfect for roller blading, biking, and jogging.