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What is National Harbor in Maryland?

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National Harbor is a 300-acre development along the banks of the Potomac River in Prince George's County, Maryland, just south of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. The site offers the best in dining, shopping and living to residents and visitors alike; phase one of the multi-use site opened in 2008.

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National Harbor is the site of the $870-million Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center - one of the largest hotels on the East Coast - and the new location of the National Children's Museum, formerly of Washington D.C.

Additional hotels, condos, offices, an outlet shopping center and other retailers join two waterfront marinas to set the stage for concerts, dinner cruises and other forms of entertainment.

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