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Chesapeake Bay Bridge is often called just Bay Bridge though its official name is Gov. William Preston Lane, Jr. Memorial Bridge. Crossing Chesapeake Bay for a distance of 4.3 miles (6.9 kilometers), it connects Anne Arundel County to Queen Anne's County in Maryland. It is the longest continuous steel structure over water in the world. The minimalist and modern architecture of this bridge delights tourists as does the panoramic view it offers. As part of U.S. Routes 301 and 50, the Bay Bridge sees heavy holiday-time and peak hour traffic. To control this traffic, the bridge has five lanes and the authorities levy a toll. The toll rate varies from the lowest for two-axle vehicles to the highest for six-axle ones.
Named after the legendary rocket scientist, NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center is open to the public through their visitor center. The center was founded in 1959 and is NASA's flagship space flight complex. Only scheduled tours are available and families or small groups visiting the visitor center to see the exhibits and rocket garden can do so during normal hours without any reservations. The registered tours comprises of operation areas, testing and satellite building sites.
Located close to the Church Creek, the Perryman Park has pristine walking trails and vast expanses of emerald hills.
The Greenbelt Arts Center is best known for its little theater which allows directors to choose the kind of seating arrangement they like, whether it's stadium style, with a proscenium or a rotating stage. A number of exhibitions are displayed so make sure to look those up too.