A Perfect Road Trip Getaway to Montgomery County, Maryland View All ItinerariesGreat Falls on the Potomac River Whether you’re looking for a vibrant nightlife in an urban setting, a relaxing day of historic sightseeing or a hike through one of over 400 parks, Montgomery County, Maryland is the perfect destination for your next road trip getaway. Great Falls Tavern Visitors Center Day 1 Montgomery County’s proximity to Washington, D.C. makes it easy to take the Metro Red Line to the National Mall and Smithsonian Museums. Continue your historic journey in Montgomery County by visiting the Great Falls Tavern Visitor Center in the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park, National Capital Trolley Museum and the Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park’s Underground Railroad Experience. Inn at Tusculum Farm in Laytonsville, MD If you’re looking to spend your weekend at a luxury bed and breakfast, book a stay at the Inn at Tusculum Farm. Put yourself in the middle of the action and stay at the new Canopy by Hilton at Pike & Rose. The Hyatt Regency in Bethesda and Cambria Hotel & Suites in Rockville Town Square both offer easy access to the Metro Red Line. Located in the stylish Chevy Chase neighborhood, the Courtyard by Marriott is a stone’s throw away from Washington, D.C. Rio’s Lakefront in Gaithersburg, MD Day 2 There are multiple shopping districts within this affluent county including Bethesda Row, Downtown Silver Spring, Clarksburg Premium Outlets and Pike & Rose. Recharge at restaurants like the Silver Diner in Rockville or delight in a farm-to-table dinner at Founding Farmers. A unique neighborhood spot located in downtown Silver Spring, The Eleanor offers bowling and great eats in a fun setting. Once the clock strikes 5 p.m., hangout at Stella Barra in North Bethesda and then enjoy a comedy show at AMP by Strathmore. Music Center at Strathmore Day 3 Get tickets to see a show at the three-screen AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center or listen to a musical performance at Music Center at Strathmore, home to the National Philharmonic and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Glenstone Museum is a 300-acre modern and contemporary art museum that seamlessly integrates art, architecture and nature in a serene and contemplative environment. Lone Oak Farm Brewery in Olney, MD Day 4 Montgomery County is also home to a surprising number of rural areas. You can pick your own apples or peaches, tour wineries and breweries and shop at several farmer’s markets in the 93,000-acre Agricultural Reserve. From the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain, hikers can look out over the county’s pastoral patchwork of farms and villages, a countryside view largely unchanged since the 19th century. Waredaca Brewery Company in Laytonsville, MD No visit to Montgomery County is complete without a stop along the Tastemakers Trail. Favorites include Waredaca Brewing Company, True Respite Brewing Company, Silver Branch Brewing, and the Brookeville Beer Farm.