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Hessian Barracks

Completed in 1780, this National Historic Site held captured German soldiers during the Revolution, then it housed a state armory, the county fair, a Civil War hospital, and the first building of Maryland School for the Deaf. Museum exhibits weapons, Civil War militaria, a hearth kitchen, and an antique classroom.

Open:

Open for special events, by appointment, and on the second Saturday of every month, May - Dec (also open the second Sunday in Sept) 12-4 PM

Phone:
301-600-4047 or 800-999-3613
Website:
http://www.fredericktourism.org
Directions to:
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