[quote="Jeffgo, post:12, topic:306197"]
Well...if you want to see what an Anglican service is like, you could always look up one of the Anglican Use Catholic parishes (former Church of England/Episcopal congregations that have come into union with the Pope). They're 100% Catholic, but they use the traditional Anglican liturgy (which, from what I hear, is quite beautiful). It would fulfill your Sunday Obligation, and you could receive Communion. Again, these parishes are 100% Catholic.
Make sure it's an Anglican Use Catholic parish, and** not Anglo-Catholic (they're not in Communion with Rome). ** A listing of Anglican Use Catholic parishes can be found here: usordinariate.org/communities.html
Another place where you could go to experience some liturgical diversity would be Eastern Rite Catholic parishes, if you haven't been to one already. These are parishes that are, once again, in full communion with the Pope, are fully Catholic, fulfill your Sunday obligation, and you could receive Communion. They use the kind of liturgies that are found in the Eastern Orthodox Church and other Eastern Churches (Eastern Orthodox are not in communion with Rome, but Eastern Catholics are). Here is a video to give you an idea of what you'll see (this is from the website of a Ukrainian Greek Catholic parish): youtube.com/watch?v=B-8Oy7FwJck&feature=plcp
As an added bit of interest, you may encounter married priests at both Anglican Use Catholic and Eastern Catholic parishes.
Curious. the OP says she wants to visit "protestant" services. Ignorng the fact that Anglicans generally don't consider themselves protestant, why not visit an Anglo-Catholic parish?