Exterior of hotel entrance & car park at Hotel 620 Hagerstown

Points of Interest

Find Hotel 620 Close to the Main Hagerstown Attractions

Previously known as Ramada Plaza Hotel, Hotel 620 serves as your ideal gateway to a diverse array of attractions and activities. Whether you're in the mood for outdoor adventures, shopping sprees, or a journey through history, our prime location puts it all within easy reach.

Hagerstown City Park

Nestled at the heart of Hagerstown, the City Park offers visitors a serene oasis.

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Valley Mall

Located in bustling Washington County, the Valley Mall is a shopping paradise.

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Jonathan Hager House

Step back into the 18th century at the Jonathan Hager House. As the house of the founder of Hagerstown, this two-story stone house offers visitors an intimate look at life in the 1700s

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The Maryland Theatre

At the heart of downtown Hagerstown, the Maryland Theatre offers a rich cultural experience. Established in 1915, it was renovated into a performing arts complex in 2019

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Washington County Museum of Fine Arts

Located in Hagerstown City Park, this museum features over 6,500 items, including paintings, sculptures, and decorative arts.

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Just Lookin’ Gallery

This gallery features a diverse range of art styles from various cultures, with works by more than 50 black American, West Indian artists, and Africans.

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Rose Hill Cemetery

Established over 150 years ago, Rose Hill Cemetery offers a peaceful retreat within the city. Not only is it a final resting place for many, but it also offers visitors a serene environment with picturesque views

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Miller House Museum

This neoclassical townhouse turned museum offers visitors a glimpse into the past of Washington County. It boasts a wide collection of historical artifacts, antique furniture, and curated exhibits that showcase the local history.

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Premium Outlets

Located just outside of Hagerstown, this open-air shopping complex offers significant discounts on a variety of popular brands. From fashion to home goods and more, it's a paradise for bargain hunters.

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Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Park

This national park preserves the remains of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, offering a historical perspective along with recreational activities. Visitors can hike, bike, and enjoy boat rides on the canal.

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Discovery Station

A hands-on science museum that brings learning to life, offering interactive exhibits, displays, and experiments. It's a fun and educational destination for kids and adults alike.

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Hagerstown Aviation Museum

This museum features a collection of aircraft from different periods of aviation history. Visitors can view these impressive machines up close and learn about the history and technology behind them.

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National Road Park

This park celebrates the history of the National Road, one of the country's earliest highways. Modern playground equipment and a covered pavilion make it a popular destination for family outings.

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Hagerstown Cultural Trail

The trail seamlessly integrates public art, urban revitalization, and community engagement. It links Hagerstown’s City Center with City Park and showcases a stunning array of public art installations.

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Memory Lane Antiques

Offering an eclectic mix of antiques, collectibles, and vintage items, this large antique store caters to both serious collectors and casual shoppers. Each visit promises new treasures to discover.

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New Adventures and Discoveries.

Just three miles away, the Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum beckons with captivating displays of railroad memorabilia, offering a fascinating glimpse into the region's industrial heritage. For those seeking some icy fun, the Hagerstown Ice and Sports Complex provides the perfect opportunity to don your skates and glide across the rink.

History enthusiasts can venture to the nearby Antietam National Battlefield, now transformed into a scenic park where you can stroll or bike amidst the hallowed grounds that witnessed a pivotal moment in American history.

Shopaholics, on the other hand, will find their paradise at the Hagerstown Premium Outlets, a mere four miles from our hotel, offering a treasure trove of top brands and unbeatable deals. And let's not forget the year-round recreational haven at Whitetail, where you can indulge in kayaking, fishing, and golf during the warmer months, and hit the slopes for some thrilling skiing adventures in the winter.

Whether you're in the mood for exploration, relaxation, or a bit of both, Hotel 620 places you at the heart of it all, ensuring your stay in Hagerstown is filled with new adventures and discoveries.