Weekend Plans: A Meal and A Museum

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Today is International Museum Day and it’s the perfect excuse to plan an active and educational day with the entire family. Make a reservation at Copper Canyon Grill or Stanford Grill this weekend to add a delicious meal to your itinerary. We are sure the whole family will love this idea!

Stop by for Sunday brunch and spend the rest of the afternoon exploring a local museum. You can also pay us a visit during lunch or dinner after spending a day of learning on Saturday. In honor of International Museum Day, we are sharing some local museums close to each of our locations in Maryland and Orlando.

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Gaithersburg, MD | Glenstone: A modern art museum seamlessly integrating art, architecture, and landscape into a serene and contemplative environment to form a unique connection between art and visitor.

Glenarden, MD | Prince George’s African American Museum & Cultural Center: Local museum celebrating and inspiring the community through the cultivation, preservation, and presentation of the cultural and artistic contributions of African Americans in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

Silver Spring, MD | National Museum of Health and Medicine: Pioneering museum established during the Civil War as the Army Medical Museum, a center for the collection of specimens for research in military medicine and surgery.

Orlando, FL | SKELETONS: Museum of Osteology: A unique museum with many animal skeletons celebrating vertebrate life by providing guests with an engaging adventure full of discovery, with the hopes that through education, we will help cultivate an appreciation of the natural world and ultimately lead to conservation for the future.

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Columbia, MD | National Cryptologic Museum: This National Security Agency’s museum highlights code-making artifacts and exhibits. The museum houses a collection of thousands of artifacts that collectively serve to sustain the history of the cryptologic profession.

Rockville, MD | Beall-Dawson Museum: A restored 19th-century abode built circa 1815 for Upton Beall and his wife and daughters. Beall, from a prominent Georgetown family, was Clerk for the Court of the county, and he wanted a home that would reflect his wealth and statues.

A walk around an interesting museum and a delicious meal at your favorite Copper Canyon Grill or Stanford Grill sound like the perfect weekend plans to us! Join us this weekend and bring the whole family. We can’t wait to hear everything that you learned at the museum!

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