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Walkersville, MD 21793 - Distance: 1 Mile(s)
Come enjoy the summer evenings in town and check out the Walkersville Farmers Market. The market offers only fruits and vegetables grown by farmers in the area so you know you're...
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Walkersville, MD 21793 - Distance: 2 Mile(s)
Wildlife mounts, observational working honeybee hives, wetland exhibits, nature trails.
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Frederick, MD 21701 - Distance: 5 Mile(s)
1820s Federal Style period house with museum with 7 exhibit rooms, gardens and more.
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Frederick, MD 21701 - Distance: 6 Mile(s)
Feed your family the finest fruits and vegetables Maryland has to offer. The Everedy Square Farmers Market only sells what the local farmers are able to produce which means you're...
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Frederick, MD 21701 - Distance: 6 Mile(s)
Artifacts highlighting medicine in the Civil War including medicine, stretchers, uniforms and more.
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Frederick, MD 21702 - Distance: 6 Mile(s)
This farmers market located on the base at Fort Detrick is open to the public and offers fresh, local produce to anyone in the area. Other than their farm fresh produce, the...
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Frederick, MD 21701 - Distance: 6 Mile(s)
Farming tools and household implements, hardware, chimneys and more.
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Frederick, MD 21701 - Distance: 6 Mile(s)
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Frederick, MD 21702 - Distance: 7 Mile(s)
The West Frederick Farmers Market is your one stop for all things Frederick County. Enjoy both conventional and organic produce straight from the fields of Frederick County. If...
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Frederick, MD 21704 - Distance: 8 Mile(s)
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Frederick, MD 21701 - Distance: 8 Mile(s)
In a battle here on July 9, 1864, Confederate General Jubal T. Early defeated Union forces commanded by Brigadier General Lew Wallace. Wallace's troops delayed Early, however,...
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Frederick, MD 21704 - Distance: 8 Mile(s)
Site and battlefield dedicated to the soldiers who fought in the Battle of Monocacy, July 9, 1884.
 
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