The Bostwick House Where in Prince George’s County might you find the Bostwick House, an elegant two and one-half story Georgian structure completed in 1746 whose terraced lawns are linked with white marble steps that once graced the U.S. Capitol (and whose front porch was recently treated to great restoration work thanks to the fine […]
Annnddd we’re back! Just in time for some Where Am I Wednesday local trivia! 👊 This Disco Turtle was sculpted by Amanda Hanson and was part of the University of Maryland’s 2006 “Fear the Turtle” Sculpture Project, where 50 statutes were auctioned off to help raise scholarship funds for eligible students. So, do you know where the […]
Have you seen this historic house during any of your travels along Route One in Prince George’s County? Can you correctly identify where the Holbrook House calls home? Photo by Brian Jackson According to the description, “[T]he Holbrook House was built in 1927…is an excellent example of a mail-order house and one of two examples […]
Where does this colorful, glass “Totem” sculpture call home? (Hint: This public art was commissioned by the Hyattsville CDC but is not located in Hyattsville.) Perhaps you’ve seen this tall piece of local art while walking along one the bike paths / Rhode Island Trolley Trail (big hint, there!)? Perhaps you can’t put your finger […]
Time for #whereamiwednesday, Route One! Can you correctly guess where in Prince George’s County this mural calls home? Hint: It’s in Maryland. 😁 Play in the comments below or over on Route One Fun’s Facebook and Instagram pages (both of which you should follow for even more of the latest happs along Maryland’s Route One)!
For this week’s edition of #whereamiwednesday, I’m sharing a pic submitted by Route One Fun reader, Brian Jackson, for your perusal! Do you know where this Bell UH-1H “Huey” can be found in/around Route One in Prince George’s County? Hint: It’s not at the College Park Aviation Museum! 🙂 According to this article here (which you […]