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Towering 17 floors over Hanover, the glass facade of Live! Casino & Hotel makes the property impossible to miss on the Arundel Mills Circle. Boasting of more than 300 rooms with ten presidential suites and two penthouses, the casino-hotel sets itself apart from most of its competitors in the region. The rooms come equipped with modern amenities and they delight patrons with a bird's eye view of the environs. Luxury aside, the hotel's entertainment offering is its yet another proposition that keeps guests busy throughout their stay. Open 24 hours, the on-site casino is a great place for you to try your luck at slot machines and poker games. The hotel also has individual venues featuring a plethora of events that range from concerts, comedy shows to conferences and more. Located a stone's throw away from the Arundel Mills, Live! also takes care of your retail therapy while the on-site restaurants keep your appetite satiated. After a long day, the Live! Spa awaits with an array of treatments to rejuvenate you for another day.
Located inside the Live! Casino & Hotel, Live! Center Stage is a perfect venue for formal as well as cultural events. Spanning across 4,000 square feet (372 square meters), this place is brought to life with impressive lighting and impeccable acoustics. The venue is also fitted with an expansive plasma wall that gives an obstruction-free view of all the action on the stage.
The Owensville Historic District is an area comprising of 27 historic buildings which date back to 1791. The district shows a mix of the Italianate and Gothic Revival style of architecture. Owing to its rich history, it was put up in the National Register of Historic Places in 2003.
The oldest surviving home in the county, Rippon Lodge was built in the 1740s by Richard Blackburn. Named after Blackburn's birthplace, Rippon in England, the Lodge served as a tobacco plantation which was replete with its own port. Covering about 40 acres (16 hectares) of land, the Rippon Lodge is marvellous example of 17th century architecture. The property governed by Prince William County is open to public between May and October, Thursdays through Sundays.