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Did you know that Upper Marlboro area has many rural and pastoral features but is surrounded by encroaching housing developments?
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#1 Thing to do: Old Maryland Farm
#2 Thing to do: Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary
#3 Thing to do: Six Flags America
Fun Fact: Despite of its small population, Upper Marlboro is the county seat of Prince George’s County, Maryland.
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Upper Marlboro is the county seat of Prince George's County, Maryland, United States of America. Upper Marlboro was settled in the late 17th century and named after the 1st Duke of Marlboro, John Churchill. The town was incorporated in 1870. In our time, Upper Marlboro has an area of less than one square miles, exactly 0.4 and a number of approximately 670 residents. Notable locals of Upper Marlboro include congressman Thomas Fielder Bowie, bishop John Carroll, senator Charles Clagett Marbury and congressman Lansdale Sasscer. If you want to visit this little and charming town and spend a few leisure days here, there are some places you should visit.
Top Attractions within Upper Marlboro
The Show Place Arena is a multi-purpose venue of Upper Marlboro used for concerts, sporting shows, religious services, graduations and community events. This Upper Marlboro can seat up to 5,800 people and has an area of 35,360 square feet. The area in which this arena is built is beautiful and natural and from the arena you can admire the scenic views of Upper Marlboro.
Darnall's Chance is a historical building of Upper Marlboro, bearing a long list of names: Buck House, Buck Wardrop House and James
Wardrop House. It is located on Governor Oden Bowie Drive in Upper Marlboro and was buil in 1742. James Wardrop, the one that raised the house, was a merchant who bought the land from the Darnall Carroll family. The Flemish bond house was raised with Italianate and Greek elements to match perfectly the other homes in the area of Upper Marlboro. In present, it works as a museum opened on Fridays and Sundays..
The Carolina Kitchen Bar and Grill is a wonderful restaurant serving typical southern dishes in a lovely atmosphere. The "soul food" is always fresh made, hot and extremely tasty. You can enjoy it with beautiful jazz music in the background.