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92 Apartments for rent in Marlton, MD

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Woods of Marlton
8911 Heathermore Blvd
Marlton, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,510
743 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,709
995 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,335
1150 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 12:01 AM
Close to Largo Town Center and metro line for convenient access. Homes feature spacious walk-in closets, open kitchens and wall-to-wall carpeting. Residents get access to swimming pool with sundeck, private clubhouse and fitness center.
1 Unit Available
12201 WALLACE LANDING COURT
12201 Wallace Landing Court
Marlton, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,200
3624 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
Basement rental inside lovely home is available for immediate occupancy. Full basement includes large living area, bedroom area and full bathroom. Rent includes all utilities to include basic cable.
1 Unit Available
9112 OLD BURTON CIRCLE
9112 Old Burton Circle
Marlton, MD
3 Bedrooms
$2,100
1523 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
This cute one level rancher is the perfect place to call home! Step into a cozy living space with a 2-sided brick fireplace, large recreation room and dedicated dining room with patio walkout and a large back yard for entertaining.
Results within 1 mile of Marlton
1 Unit Available
11781 DULEY STATION ROAD
11781 Duley Station Road
Croom, MD
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
1032 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 06:18 AM
Quaint Cape Code recently remodeled offers 3 levels, 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, & basement with newer appliances. Detached 1 car garage. Good credit a must, non-smokers & no pets. Rental is house and immediate grassed area around home.
Results within 5 miles of Marlton
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5 Units Available
Hunters Glen
14210 Slidell Ct
Marlboro Village, MD | Greater Upper Marlboro
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,906
971 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 30 at 01:41 AM
Located in the elegant Upper Marlboro neighborhood. Recently renovated units equipped with fireplaces, stainless steel appliances and in-unit laundry. Tenants have access to courtyard, pool, playground, fire pit and more.
1 Unit Available
4014 Fox Gate Lane
4014 Fox Gate Lane
Marlboro Village, MD | Greater Upper Marlboro
4 Bedrooms
$3,600
3744 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:39 AM
Absolutely pristine home with 2-story foyer, 2 large formal rooms, dining room with classic Greek pillars, 2-story family room with stone fireplace, peek-a-boo wall into open kitchen with upgraded stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and
1 Unit Available
4843 King John Way
4843 King John Way
Marlboro Village, MD | Greater Upper Marlboro
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
1392 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:39 AM
Renters Warehouse proudly presents this light-filled 2 bedroom/2.5 bath home with attached garage located on a quiet cul-de-sac. First floor features shining hardwood floors, open floorplan with fireplace and sliding door leading to a private patio.
1 Unit Available
9715 WOODYARD CIRCLE
9715 Woodyard Circle
Rosaryville, MD
4 Bedrooms
$2,350
1400 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 9715 WOODYARD CIRCLE in Rosaryville. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
13830 KING FREDERICK WAY
13830 King Frederick Way
Marlboro Village, MD | Greater Upper Marlboro
2 Bedrooms
$1,850
1434 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
Contemporary 2 Bedroom, 2.5 bath Condo Townhouse close to metro and shopping. Home has wood flooring, freshly painted and more. (Section 8 accepted, No cats, 2 year leases only, Credit score of 600 required, $5500 monthly income required)
1 Unit Available
13800 FARNSWORTH LANE
13800 Farnsworth Lane
Marlboro Village, MD | Greater Upper Marlboro
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,800
990 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 13800 FARNSWORTH LANE in Marlboro Village. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
13905 EDWALL DRIVE
13905 Edwall Drive
Marlboro Village, MD | Greater Upper Marlboro
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
1270 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
This home is waiting for you! Features 2 master suites with full bath.Lots of space and storage. New carpet, freshly painted.
1 Unit Available
5301 WOODYARD ROAD
5301 Woodyard Road
Westphalia, MD
3 Bedrooms
$2,600
2026 sqft
6 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
Fabulous home in new area, immediately available for your move-in. Brick front and full brick side. Excellent condition.
1 Unit Available
6000 SOUEID STREET
6000 Soueid Street
Melwood, MD
Studio
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4 Bedrooms
$2,300
2462 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
Fully Available. The basement is not included. Large colonial 4 bedrooms 2.
1 Unit Available
6306 JOHENSU DRIVE
6306 Johensu Drive
Melwood, MD
1 Bedroom
$1,300
3054 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
Basement with 2 rooms in a beautifully renovated basement. New appliances and all utilities included. $1300.00. Separate entrance. No shared bathroom and kitchen with a roommate. Walkout, relax and enjoy nature on the patio.
1 Unit Available
5328 WOODYARD ROAD
5328 Woodyard Road
Westphalia, MD
3 Bedrooms
$2,800
1600 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 5328 WOODYARD ROAD in Westphalia. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
13900 FARNSWORTH LANE
13900 Farnsworth Lane
Marlboro Village, MD | Greater Upper Marlboro
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
915 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 02:36 AM
The condominium that you have been searching for has just hit the market and is ready for its new owners. Conveniently located near the heart of Upper Marlboro, this cozy condo is perfectly situated in the Villages of Marlborough.
1 Unit Available
5800 Rocky Trail Way
5800 Rocky Trail Way
Queensland, MD | Greater Upper Marlboro
4 Bedrooms
$3,295
4834 sqft
Last updated September 29 at 07:35 AM
Please click here to apply Must see Beacon Hill Estates w/over 4,000 sq ft. of living space. Hardwood Foyer and wall to wall carpeting through out. Grand entry with Dual Staircase and Den.
1 Unit Available
14413 Colonel Fenwick Ct
14413 Colonel Fenwick Court
Marlboro Village, MD | Greater Upper Marlboro
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1500 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Available 04/15/20 Spacious 3-Level TH with Garage Near Amish Market - Property Id: 158996 Platinum Dwellings presents this spacious, brick-front townhouse with a one car garage. The spacious home encompasses three finished levels.
1 Unit Available
9314 Fox Run Drive
9314 Fox Run Drive
Clinton, MD
4 Bedrooms
$2,695
2610 sqft
Last updated March 5 at 10:07 PM
Make this charming 4 bedroom 2 bathroom house your new home! This home features a bright and spacious kitchen and dining room perfect for entertaining! The inviting living room offers ample room to enjoy an evening in or take your night outside to
1 Unit Available
4714 COLONEL EWELL COURT
4714 Colonel Ewell Court
Marlboro Village, MD | Greater Upper Marlboro
3 Bedrooms
$2,150
2020 sqft
Last updated March 9 at 09:52 PM
Nice & Updated spacious unit.. New Carpet on the way prior to Any move - In.. Owner Request Good Credit Only & Good Rercent Rental History .. Longer Term Lease Ok as well.. NO PETS..
1 Unit Available
8610 WENDY ST
8610 Wendy Street
Clinton, MD
4 Bedrooms
$2,850
Last updated April 4 at 06:18 AM
LOCATION,LOCATION, LOCATION- Well maintained Brick Front Colonial located in Cheltenham Park.
1 Unit Available
8400 BELLEFONTE LANE
8400 Bellefonte Lane
Clinton, MD
4 Bedrooms
$2,200
1089 sqft
Last updated April 10 at 02:16 AM
Shows Great. MOVE IN Ready. Private lot. Off Street Parking.Lovely 4 bdrm, 2 ba home with fully finished basement, gourmet kitchen with marble flooring, deck, sunroom,enclosed porch, carport and more. Close to beltway and Andrews Air Force Base.
1 Unit Available
10519 GENTIAN COURT
10519 Gentian Court
Rosaryville, MD
5 Bedrooms
$2,850
3354 sqft
Last updated December 10 at 09:59 PM
Gorgeous 5 bedrooms, with 4 full baths & 2 half. Large rooms, lots of light. Two story foyer, kitchen w/island, breakfast nook & hardwood floors. Family room has wood burning fireplace.
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Verona at District
5042 Silver Hill Ct
Suitland, MD | Suitland-Silver Hill
1 Bedroom
$1,300
735 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,430
910 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,575
1072 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 01:43 AM
The Verona at District Heights, a community of apartments in Suitland, MD, is just a short drive from Washington, D.C. Located a short distance from the Suitland Metro.
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Apartment Rentals in Marlton start at $1,200/month.
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City Guide

Marlton
Marlton, Maryland used to be called "Brandywine Country" in the 1970s, when it grew into part of the Upper Marlboro community.
Marlton, Maryland used to be called "Brandywine Country" in the 1970s, when it grew into part of the Upper Marlboro community.

Marlton is a census-designated place (CDP) in Prince George's County, located in central Maryland. With a population of close to 8,000 people spread out over six square miles, Marlton is considered part of Upper Marlboro. Marlton is about 15 miles from Washington, D.C., and many who work in the nation's capital use Marlton as a bedroom community. With a temperate climate and a low crime rate, you just might find Marlton to be your ideal home.

Moving to Marlton

Living in this mid-Atlantic CDP is going to cost you; its proximity to D.C. combined with its spacious homes mean that you're probably not going to find apartments on the cheap. For this reason, it's important to be sure that you can afford the rent before plunking down a deposit or putting your John Hancock on a lease agreement! Landlords like to see that you're making three times the rent each month; this will make it more likely that you'll be able to keep your pad paid for and comfortable; after all, in Marlton, you're going to need to run the heat and the air conditioning at various times of the year!

You'll find a variety of housing options available in town. These include a lot of single-family houses for rent, a few serviced apartments and a good number of one- and two-bedroom apartments for rent in Marlton. What this means is that you'll have the opportunity to really weigh out what you're looking for in terms of location, size and amenities.

Most of what you'll find will be owned by private landlords. Gather up your documentation proving that you're a responsible citizen and dress to impress; you only have one shot to make a great first impression, and since Marlton doesn't have a high vacancy rate, you'll want to make sure you can get your hands on the rental that you want when it becomes available.

Moving to Marlton
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Living in this mid-Atlantic CDP is going to cost you; its proximity to D.C. combined with its spacious homes mean that you're probably not going to find apartments on the cheap. For this reason, it's important to be sure that you can afford the rent before plunking down a deposit or putting your John Hancock on a lease agreement! Landlords like to see that you're making three times the rent each month; this will make it more likely that you'll be able to keep your pad paid for and comfortable; after all, in Marlton, you're going to need to run the heat and the air conditioning at various times of the year!

You'll find a variety of housing options available in town. These include a lot of single-family houses for rent, a few serviced apartments and a good number of one- and two-bedroom apartments for rent in Marlton. What this means is that you'll have the opportunity to really weigh out what you're looking for in terms of location, size and amenities.

Most of what you'll find will be owned by private landlords. Gather up your documentation proving that you're a responsible citizen and dress to impress; you only have one shot to make a great first impression, and since Marlton doesn't have a high vacancy rate, you'll want to make sure you can get your hands on the rental that you want when it becomes available.

Neighborhoods in Marlton

Marlton is a small area and does not have specific neighborhoods carved out. With that said, there are a few sections of town that you should know about.

North Marlton: In the northern section of Marlton, you'll find some affordable apts for rent available. You'll be close to the Crain Highway, also known as Rt. 301, as well as to Rosaryville State Park.

Central Marlton: The central and eastern section of Marlton is more expensive and features more owner-occupied homes than the other sections of town. It might be harder to find a rental here, and if you do, you'll pay more for it.

South Marlton: The southwest neighborhood of Marlton looks like a finger jutting out. This area is more affordable than the section immediately north of it, and you'll also have good proximity to the Crain Highway.

Neighborhoods in Marlton
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Marlton is a small area and does not have specific neighborhoods carved out. With that said, there are a few sections of town that you should know about.

North Marlton: In the northern section of Marlton, you'll find some affordable apts for rent available. You'll be close to the Crain Highway, also known as Rt. 301, as well as to Rosaryville State Park.

Central Marlton: The central and eastern section of Marlton is more expensive and features more owner-occupied homes than the other sections of town. It might be harder to find a rental here, and if you do, you'll pay more for it.

South Marlton: The southwest neighborhood of Marlton looks like a finger jutting out. This area is more affordable than the section immediately north of it, and you'll also have good proximity to the Crain Highway.

Living in Marlton

Marlton is pretty spread out, and you're going to need a car to get around. With a Walk Score of 20, you might be able to do some errands on foot, but if you want to leave the community (and with the nation's capital just a hop, skip and a jump away, you're going to want to get out there and explore!), you'll want a set of wheels. There's not a good public transportation option here, but if you want to drive to an Amtrak station, you can take the train into the capital or to various areas.

Within Marlton itself, you have a lot of options for dining, shopping and keeping yourself occupied. Most of the usual fast food joints are located in various areas of town, particularly along Rt. 301. These include McDonald's, Subway, Blimpie and Pizza Hut. You'll also find a Bojangles, an American Buffalo Wings and, if you're feeling like trying something more exotic, Caribbean Flava and Mom's Thai Kitchen. For boutique shopping, you've got Toni Amari, Polly Pearl and Ultimate Boutique. If wedding bells are in your future, you might want to stop in to C M Bridal.

For some educational entertainment, check out Darnall's Chance House Museum, and if you want to hunker down at home with some microwave popcorn and candy, check out what's available at Blockbuster Express.

As mentioned, Washington, D.C. is just 15 miles away, so you'll want to take advantage of all of the offerings there. In addition to world-class cuisine and amazing shopping opportunities, you can also go to Federal City and not spend a dime; Washington offers dozens of things to do that are absolutely free! Visit the pandas at the National Zoo, see the changing of the guard at the Arlington National Cemetery or stroll through the Smithsonian American Art Museum. After the sun goes down, you don't necessarily have to head home; D.C. offers an impressive array of nightlife options, too, from trendy nightclubs like Science Club to live music at the Velvet Lounge.

Living in Marlton
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Marlton is pretty spread out, and you're going to need a car to get around. With a Walk Score of 20, you might be able to do some errands on foot, but if you want to leave the community (and with the nation's capital just a hop, skip and a jump away, you're going to want to get out there and explore!), you'll want a set of wheels. There's not a good public transportation option here, but if you want to drive to an Amtrak station, you can take the train into the capital or to various areas.

Within Marlton itself, you have a lot of options for dining, shopping and keeping yourself occupied. Most of the usual fast food joints are located in various areas of town, particularly along Rt. 301. These include McDonald's, Subway, Blimpie and Pizza Hut. You'll also find a Bojangles, an American Buffalo Wings and, if you're feeling like trying something more exotic, Caribbean Flava and Mom's Thai Kitchen. For boutique shopping, you've got Toni Amari, Polly Pearl and Ultimate Boutique. If wedding bells are in your future, you might want to stop in to C M Bridal.

For some educational entertainment, check out Darnall's Chance House Museum, and if you want to hunker down at home with some microwave popcorn and candy, check out what's available at Blockbuster Express.

As mentioned, Washington, D.C. is just 15 miles away, so you'll want to take advantage of all of the offerings there. In addition to world-class cuisine and amazing shopping opportunities, you can also go to Federal City and not spend a dime; Washington offers dozens of things to do that are absolutely free! Visit the pandas at the National Zoo, see the changing of the guard at the Arlington National Cemetery or stroll through the Smithsonian American Art Museum. After the sun goes down, you don't necessarily have to head home; D.C. offers an impressive array of nightlife options, too, from trendy nightclubs like Science Club to live music at the Velvet Lounge.

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Marlton
Marlton, Maryland used to be called "Brandywine Country" in the 1970s, when it grew into part of the Upper Marlboro community.
Marlton, Maryland used to be called "Brandywine Country" in the 1970s, when it grew into part of the Upper Marlboro community.

Marlton is a census-designated place (CDP) in Prince George's County, located in central Maryland. With a population of close to 8,000 people spread out over six square miles, Marlton is considered part of Upper Marlboro. Marlton is about 15 miles from Washington, D.C., and many who work in the nation's capital use Marlton as a bedroom community. With a temperate climate and a low crime rate, you just might find Marlton to be your ideal home.

Moving to Marlton

Living in this mid-Atlantic CDP is going to cost you; its proximity to D.C. combined with its spacious homes mean that you're probably not going to find apartments on the cheap. For this reason, it's important to be sure that you can afford the rent before plunking down a deposit or putting your John Hancock on a lease agreement! Landlords like to see that you're making three times the rent each month; this will make it more likely that you'll be able to keep your pad paid for and comfortable; after all, in Marlton, you're going to need to run the heat and the air conditioning at various times of the year!

You'll find a variety of housing options available in town. These include a lot of single-family houses for rent, a few serviced apartments and a good number of one- and two-bedroom apartments for rent in Marlton. What this means is that you'll have the opportunity to really weigh out what you're looking for in terms of location, size and amenities.

Most of what you'll find will be owned by private landlords. Gather up your documentation proving that you're a responsible citizen and dress to impress; you only have one shot to make a great first impression, and since Marlton doesn't have a high vacancy rate, you'll want to make sure you can get your hands on the rental that you want when it becomes available.

Moving to Marlton
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Living in this mid-Atlantic CDP is going to cost you; its proximity to D.C. combined with its spacious homes mean that you're probably not going to find apartments on the cheap. For this reason, it's important to be sure that you can afford the rent before plunking down a deposit or putting your John Hancock on a lease agreement! Landlords like to see that you're making three times the rent each month; this will make it more likely that you'll be able to keep your pad paid for and comfortable; after all, in Marlton, you're going to need to run the heat and the air conditioning at various times of the year!

You'll find a variety of housing options available in town. These include a lot of single-family houses for rent, a few serviced apartments and a good number of one- and two-bedroom apartments for rent in Marlton. What this means is that you'll have the opportunity to really weigh out what you're looking for in terms of location, size and amenities.

Most of what you'll find will be owned by private landlords. Gather up your documentation proving that you're a responsible citizen and dress to impress; you only have one shot to make a great first impression, and since Marlton doesn't have a high vacancy rate, you'll want to make sure you can get your hands on the rental that you want when it becomes available.

Neighborhoods in Marlton

Marlton is a small area and does not have specific neighborhoods carved out. With that said, there are a few sections of town that you should know about.

North Marlton: In the northern section of Marlton, you'll find some affordable apts for rent available. You'll be close to the Crain Highway, also known as Rt. 301, as well as to Rosaryville State Park.

Central Marlton: The central and eastern section of Marlton is more expensive and features more owner-occupied homes than the other sections of town. It might be harder to find a rental here, and if you do, you'll pay more for it.

South Marlton: The southwest neighborhood of Marlton looks like a finger jutting out. This area is more affordable than the section immediately north of it, and you'll also have good proximity to the Crain Highway.

Neighborhoods in Marlton
+

Marlton is a small area and does not have specific neighborhoods carved out. With that said, there are a few sections of town that you should know about.

North Marlton: In the northern section of Marlton, you'll find some affordable apts for rent available. You'll be close to the Crain Highway, also known as Rt. 301, as well as to Rosaryville State Park.

Central Marlton: The central and eastern section of Marlton is more expensive and features more owner-occupied homes than the other sections of town. It might be harder to find a rental here, and if you do, you'll pay more for it.

South Marlton: The southwest neighborhood of Marlton looks like a finger jutting out. This area is more affordable than the section immediately north of it, and you'll also have good proximity to the Crain Highway.

Living in Marlton

Marlton is pretty spread out, and you're going to need a car to get around. With a Walk Score of 20, you might be able to do some errands on foot, but if you want to leave the community (and with the nation's capital just a hop, skip and a jump away, you're going to want to get out there and explore!), you'll want a set of wheels. There's not a good public transportation option here, but if you want to drive to an Amtrak station, you can take the train into the capital or to various areas.

Within Marlton itself, you have a lot of options for dining, shopping and keeping yourself occupied. Most of the usual fast food joints are located in various areas of town, particularly along Rt. 301. These include McDonald's, Subway, Blimpie and Pizza Hut. You'll also find a Bojangles, an American Buffalo Wings and, if you're feeling like trying something more exotic, Caribbean Flava and Mom's Thai Kitchen. For boutique shopping, you've got Toni Amari, Polly Pearl and Ultimate Boutique. If wedding bells are in your future, you might want to stop in to C M Bridal.

For some educational entertainment, check out Darnall's Chance House Museum, and if you want to hunker down at home with some microwave popcorn and candy, check out what's available at Blockbuster Express.

As mentioned, Washington, D.C. is just 15 miles away, so you'll want to take advantage of all of the offerings there. In addition to world-class cuisine and amazing shopping opportunities, you can also go to Federal City and not spend a dime; Washington offers dozens of things to do that are absolutely free! Visit the pandas at the National Zoo, see the changing of the guard at the Arlington National Cemetery or stroll through the Smithsonian American Art Museum. After the sun goes down, you don't necessarily have to head home; D.C. offers an impressive array of nightlife options, too, from trendy nightclubs like Science Club to live music at the Velvet Lounge.

Living in Marlton
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Marlton is pretty spread out, and you're going to need a car to get around. With a Walk Score of 20, you might be able to do some errands on foot, but if you want to leave the community (and with the nation's capital just a hop, skip and a jump away, you're going to want to get out there and explore!), you'll want a set of wheels. There's not a good public transportation option here, but if you want to drive to an Amtrak station, you can take the train into the capital or to various areas.

Within Marlton itself, you have a lot of options for dining, shopping and keeping yourself occupied. Most of the usual fast food joints are located in various areas of town, particularly along Rt. 301. These include McDonald's, Subway, Blimpie and Pizza Hut. You'll also find a Bojangles, an American Buffalo Wings and, if you're feeling like trying something more exotic, Caribbean Flava and Mom's Thai Kitchen. For boutique shopping, you've got Toni Amari, Polly Pearl and Ultimate Boutique. If wedding bells are in your future, you might want to stop in to C M Bridal.

For some educational entertainment, check out Darnall's Chance House Museum, and if you want to hunker down at home with some microwave popcorn and candy, check out what's available at Blockbuster Express.

As mentioned, Washington, D.C. is just 15 miles away, so you'll want to take advantage of all of the offerings there. In addition to world-class cuisine and amazing shopping opportunities, you can also go to Federal City and not spend a dime; Washington offers dozens of things to do that are absolutely free! Visit the pandas at the National Zoo, see the changing of the guard at the Arlington National Cemetery or stroll through the Smithsonian American Art Museum. After the sun goes down, you don't necessarily have to head home; D.C. offers an impressive array of nightlife options, too, from trendy nightclubs like Science Club to live music at the Velvet Lounge.