Frederick and Western Maryland Sights

Frederick is a great home base for exploring the region's lush mountain forests, powerful national battlefields, and quaint historic towns.

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Community Bridge Mural

  • Public Art (Mural/Sculpture/Statue)

From an outstretched hand to a Constellation shaped like a drinking gourd, dozens of images and symbols are woven into this sweeping...

Frederick Visitor Center

  • Information Center

After more than three decades in a previous location, a new Frederick Visitor Center is expected to open in early 2011 near the new I–70...

Mount Olivet Cemetery

  • Cemetery

Francis Scott Key—who penned "The Star Spangled Banner"—Barbara Fritchie, and the state's first governor, Thomas Johnson, rest in...

National Museum of Civil War Medicine

  • Museum/Gallery

The critical role that early medicine played in the Civil War is front and center at this museum, believed to be the only one of its...

Roger Brooke Taney House

  • House/Mansion/Villa

Taney began his law career in Frederick, but is best known as the Chief Supreme Court Justice who wrote the controversial 1857 Dred Scott...

Rose Hill Manor Park/The Children's and Farm Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

The home of Maryland's first governor, Thomas Johnson, the mansion has been reinvented as a children's museum. Costumed interpreters...

Schifferstadt Architectural Museum

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Believed to be the oldest house in Frederick, this unusual stone structure was built in 1756 by German immigrants. Spared from the wrecking...

The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center

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Named for a prominent family that helped settle Frederick, this former historic flour mill overlooking Frederick's Community Bridge now...

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