The Town of Colmar Manor is not so big, but there is plenty to see and to do in the Town itself and in it's sorroundings.
The Dueling Grounds, on Bladensburg Road and north of what is now the Fort Lincoln Cementery, is the site of over 50 duels between 1808 and 1868. A plaque now marks the location.
In the pictures above, you can also see the house of the first Mayor of Colmar Manor, John S. White, whose son, Sylvester White, became an actor best known in the "Welcome Back Kotter" television series. He played the part of Mr. Woodman, the Vice Principal.
In July 1977, at the Town's 50th Anniversary, a Time Capsule with memorabilia was buried in Fort Lincoln Cementery. The Capsule is located between the two flagpoles at the entrance of the cementery, directly in front of the Administration Building. The Capsule is scheduled for opening at the Town's 100 Anniversary, in July 2077.