The Museum of Frederick County History, or Heritage Frederick, is a nonprofit that researches and shares the historical impact that Frederick County has had on the state, country and world. Explore 300 years of Frederick County history through self-guided tours, exhibits, public programs, hands-on activities, walking tours and more.
The Frederick County Fire and Rescue Museum highlights apparatus’, equipment and pictures of the county’s fire and rescue services.
Rose Hill Manor Park and Museums provides visitors a look into early American life, transportation and agricultural history of Frederick County. Thomas Johnson, Maryland’s first elected governor, spent his retirement years at the manor.
The Brunswick Heritage Railroad Museum features an interactive scale model railroad depicting the passenger line from Union Station, D.C. to Brunswick Freight Classification Yards.
The Schifferstadt Architectural Museum is the perfect example of German colonial architecture. The 1758 stone house is one of the earliest homes in Frederick and is known for its living history events.
The Roads & Rails Museum has one of the world’s largest model railroads with miniature villages, mountains, trains and automobiles. It also includes a circus, zoo, erupting volcano and more.
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