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The David C. Driskell Center is the arts department of the University Of Maryland. The gallery will take you on a tour of American history, presenting the historical struggles of the African Americans and African Diaspora. The center invites more insights into the history of African diaspora. Here you will find photographs, paintings and prints from the period.
Designed by renowned architectural planning firms Marshall Moya Design and Rossetti Architects, the St. Elizabeths East Entertainment and Sports Arena was inaugurated on the 22nd of September 2018. The state-of-the-art indoor sports arena and entertainment center covers nearly 18,000 square feet (1,672 square meters) and can seat nearly 4,200 spectators. Housed in the St. Elizabeths East Campus, it mainly hosts NBA AND WNBA G-league games for local teams Capital City Go-Go and Washington Mystics. Concerts are also held here on a regular basis.
Between Woodlawn Plantation and Mount Vernon lies yet another of the enterprising first president's projects. Built before the Revolution and in operation for 30 years, this distillery and gristmill was used to grind corn and wheat into flour. It was neglected for years, leaving little but its foundation in tact at the start of the 20th century. However, it was renovated in 1930 with parts from another mill of the same period. Today visitors may view the mill along with exhibits explaining its operation.
The Maryland Terrapins touch base at Maryland Stadium at the foothills of the University campus. The stadium was named after Dr. H.C. Byrd, a multi-sport athlete, football coach, and university president. Since 1950, these Maryland sports grounds have undergone multiple renovations, largely to accommodate more spectators.