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The park follows the route of the 184-mile canal along the Potomac River between Washington D. C. and Cumberland, Maryland. The canal was built between 1828 and 1850. Visitors can...
Established as a national battlefield on August 30, 1890 where General Robert E. Lee's first invasion of the North was ended in 1862. The site offers hiking, bicycling, fishing,...
Birthplace of first aid and emergency medicine! The Pry House was the headquarters of the U.S. Army during the Battle of Antietam in September 1862. Dr. Jonathan Letterman began...
COUNTRY MUSIC FESTIVAL!
Tickets available at www.tasteofnashvilletour.com and at https://tasteofnashvillefanfest.eventbrite.com
Taste of Nashville FanFest Featuring LOCASH,...
Local and state history, antique lighting, Russian icons, ceramic and glassware and more.
Because of its strategic location at the confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac rivers, this town changed hands many times during the Civil War. John Brown's raid took place...
Features wax figures in scenes and authentic costumes from the time of John Brown.
Park museum contains Civil War gun collection and more.
Enjoy local, fresh fruits and vegetables while shopping at the farmers market at the Prime Outlets. In addition to the local produce, the market also offers fresh, frozen meats,...
Come and taste the best of what Maryland has to offer. The farmers market in downtown Middletown offers fresh, local fruits and vegetables you and your family are sure to enjoy....
1880-1920 Baltimore and Ohio Railroad artifacts, vintage photographs and more.
Artifacts relating to the construction and operation of the canal 1828-1924.