Western Maryland Attractions

Crumland Farms
7612 Willow
Frederick, MD 21702
Corn Maize

Monocacy National Battlefield
4801 Urbana Pike
Frederick, MD 21701
The site of the last southern push into Union territory

Antietam National Battlefield
Sharpsburg Pike
Sharpsburg, MD 21782
Where Confederate general Robert E. Lee made his first push into Northern territories in 1862 and where his troops confronted the Union soldiers

Crystal Grottoes Caverns
19855 Shepherdstown Pike
Boonsboro, MD 21713
Maryland's only public showcave that was discovered in 1920 as a result of quarry operations for road material. Because of their beauty and commercial possibilities the caverns were spared in the quarrying and was opened to the public

Mason Dixon Dragway
21344 National Pike
Boonsboro, MD 21713

Bell Tower Building (1800's)
Frederick & Bedford Streets
City Hall Plaza
Cumberland, MD 21502

C&O Canal Boat Replica and Canal Park
Route 51 South
Cumberland, MD 21502

C&O Canal National Historical Park
Western Maryland Station
Canal Street
Cumberland, MD 21502

Clarysville Bridge (1700's)
US 40A and Route 55
Cumberland, MD 21502

Emmanuel Episcopal Church (1849)
16 Washington Street
Cumberland, MD 21502
Built in the mid 1800's the church is one of the earliest uses of the Greek Revival style in America

Western Maryland Station Center (1913)
13 Canal Street
Cumberland, MD 21502

National Shrine Grotto of Lourdes
301-447-6606 333 S Seton Avenue
Emmitsburg, MD
The oldest known replica of the revered French shrine

Mount Olivet Cemetery (est 1852)
515 S Market Street
Frederick, MD 21701
Francis Scott Key, Barbara Fritchie, Governor Thomas Johnson, the first governor of the state of Maryland are buried here as well as many other notables

Tyler-Spite House (1814)
112 W Church Street
Frederick, MD 21701

Deep Creek Cellars
177 Frazee Ridge Road
Friendsville, MD 21531
Small family run winery in the Appalachian mountain that makes their wine by hand

Youghiogheny River and Reservoir
Off Interstate 68
Friendsville, MD 21531
The Youghiogheny River Reservoir dam was built in 1944 for the purpose of flood control and hydroelectric power. The reservoir is owned and operated by United States Army Corps of Engineers.

Frostburg Depot (1891)
19 Depot Street
Frostburg, MD 21532
Western Maryland's scenic railroad

Casselman River Bridge (1813)
Route 40
Grantsville, MD 21536
Built in 1813

Savage River and Reservoir
Savage River Road
Grantsville, MD 21536

Stanton's Mill (1797)
US 40
Grantsville, MD 21536
Open from May - October

Hagerstown Speedway
Route 40
Hagerstown, MD 21740

Albert Powell Trout Hatchery
Route 66, Exit 35 off I 70
Hagerstown, MD 21740

Washington County Planetarium
823 Commonwealth Avenue
Hagerstown, MD 21740

Schoolhouse Earth Petting Zoo
Route 42, N of Deep Creek Lake
McHenry, MD 21541
Petting zoo featuring Vietnamese pot bellied pig, miniature goats and horses, Scottish Highland Cattle and farm animals

Byrd Vineyards and Winery
10448 Church Hill Road
Myersville, MD 21773

B&O Railroad Station (1884)
301-334-1948 2nd & Liberty Streets
Oakland, MD 21550

Cranesville Subarctic Swamp
Lake Ford Road
Oakland, MD 21550

St Matthew's Episcopal Church (1868)
126 E Liberty Street
Oakland, MD 21550

Swallow Falls
Route 5, Swallows Falls State Park
Oakland, MD 21550

Cresap House
Main Street, Route 1
Oldtown, MD 21555

Point of Rocks Railroad Station (1800's)
US 15 S to Maryland 28
Point of Rocks, MD 21777

Catoctin Furnace
Route 806 South, off US 15
Thurmont, MD 21788

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