Hotel near St. Charles Towne Center and D.C. attractions

Stay within minutes of area businesses and exciting things to do when you book a room at the Country Inn & Suites, Waldorf, MD. Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is a 40-minute drive away, and our hotel's location off Highway 301 puts guests within 40 minutes of Arlington, Alexandria and Washington, D.C. Take a day trip into the nation's capital to visit the National Harbor, the Smithsonian Institution, the National Mall, Arlington National Cemetery and more. You can also learn about the nation's history at Mount Vernon, the Thomas Stone National Historic Site and The Dr. Mudd House Museum.
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The Dr. Mudd House Museum

4.53 mi / 7.29 km from the hotel
See the home of Dr. Samuel Mudd, the man famous for treating the leg of John Wilkes Booth after he assassinated President Abraham Lincoln.

Middleton's Cedar Hill Farm

4.47 mi / 7.19 km from the hotel
Kids love a trip to the farm any time of year. Pick pumpkins in the fall, or hunt for Easter eggs in the spring. Don't forget to check out the goats, bunnies, pigs and more!

Mount Vernon

11.2 mi / 18.02 km from the hotel
Spend a few hours touring the historic estate (the most popular in America), the manicured gardens and the tombs of both George and Martha Washington.

Naval Air Station Patuxent River

35.55 mi / 57.22 km from the hotel
Commissioned in 1943, this military base is home to NAVAIR and the U.S. Naval Test Pilot School. NAS Pax is also a major testing facility for U.S. naval aviation.

St. Charles Towne Center

2.14 mi / 3.44 km from the hotel
St. Charles Towne Center is home to more than 130 specialty stores as well as anchor stores Macy's, JCPenney, Kohl's, Dick's Sporting Goods and Sears. Take a break from deal hunting to dine at one of the center's restaurants.

Thomas Stone National Historic Site

10.73 mi / 17.27 km from the hotel
Follow a ranger through Haberdeventure, Thomas Stone's home, to learn more about this Continental Congressman who helped frame the Articles of Confederation and was one of four Maryland signers of the Declaration of Independence.