2 Research Ct.
Rockville, MD 20850-3212
Phone: (301) 948-8000
Fax: (301) 948-7406
Located in Rockville, Fallsgrove park is a charming park replete with adequate benches for you to sit and enjoy a mundane yet, serene time here. Come here on a sunny afternoon and indulge in a picnic lunch at one of their many tables reserved for picnics. There are ample of trails laid out for you to embark upon. This 30 acres park also consists of a tennis court and a huge play area for children. The garden plots within the compound are available for rent as well.
Famed author and member of the "Lost Generation" and wife, one-time residents of Maryland, are interred here.
Learn the history of Montgomery County and the life of the Beall family including period rooms containing 18th and 19th century furnishings and changing exhibitions.
Montgomery County Circuit Courthouses is the headquarters of the city's judicial system. This red brick building houses the courtroom and civic offices. It is an example of Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals and Late Victorian styles of architecture. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Oldest church still in use in Rockville, it was the first brick Catholic church in the county.
A Federal-period brick dwelling built in 1857 on land granted in 1758 to John Cooke in the region now known as Rock Creek. Today it houses offices of the Park and Planning Commission of Montgomery County. Open Monday-Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
Lake Needwood is the perfect place to visit if you want to indulge in a blissful time. Come here on a beautiful morning and take a pleasant stroll near the lake. There are biking trails here and even trails reserved for hiking. Paddleboats can be rented out and you can spend a nice time exploring the surroundings of the lake. You can get a packed lunch and have a picnic lunch with your family in the areas specifically meant for picnics. You can also indulge in recreational sports here.
Go Ape let's you zoom through the trees, climb through the forest, and swing through canopy. With six ziplines, tons of rope ladders and unique crossings, you'll travel through Rock Creek Park while staying high up in the trees. Yell out as you try the Tarzan swing, then keep your balance as you glide on the unique skateboard zipline. This adventure can't be missed!
Spread across 153 acres (61.92 hectares) of lush greenery and landscaped gardens, the Rockville Civic Center Park is a must visit when in the city. Comprising of the Glenview Mansion, Croydon Creek Nature Center, F. Scott Fitzgerald Theater and the Social Hall, this tourist attraction is used for many occasions such as cultural and major events. The Classic Revival mansion built in 1926 is now the home of the Glenview Mansion Art Gallery and is available for conferences, weddings and holiday parties. Formerly the Glenview Farm, the Civic Center Park also has various facilities like picnic tables, nature trails, walking paths, climbing walls, playgrounds, tennis courts, open spaces, grill areas and a wildlife sanctuary. The Glenview Mansion was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2007.
A thirty room mansion with an art gallery and formal gardens. This is a great place for group picnics and is available for rental.
Open year round with fun for everyone, this park features multiple athleltic areas including baseball, softball, soccer, tennis, handball, and volleyball courts and fields. There is also an ice skating rink, campground, nature area, miniture train ride, and picnic area.
The Montrose Schoolhouse is a historic school building in Rockville. The one-story rectangular structure consists of a mansard roof, with the pebbles pressed onto it. The mission of this co-educational institution is to provide a challenging environment for the all-round development of the students. Built in 1909, it is on the National Register of Historic Places.