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  • Offers primary and secondary resource material for researching county history. Located in the Old Dorm of the Lutheran Theological Seminary where the building’s...

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  • Bjorlee Museum

    Frederick

    Located on the campus of the Maryland School for the Deaf, the Bjorlee Museum is one of Frederick's newest exhibits. The school opened its doors with 34...

  • Unique collection of historical objects of local and national significance, plus Civil War relics, the evolution of firearms and American Indian artifacts....

  • Features huge, interactive HO scale model railroad depicting B&O passenger line from Union Station, DC to Brunswick Freight Classification Yards. Railroad...

  • Burgandine House

    Culpeper

    Adjacent to the Museum of Culpeper History. The Burgandine House (c.1750) is the oldest house in the town of Culpeper and is open to visitors.  The...

  • Before the Civil War, the Exchange Hotel with its high ceiling parlors and grand veranda welcomed passengers from the two rail lines: the Virginia Central...

  • Freedom Museum

    Manassas

    “Lest We Forget”, is the motto of this museum, where visitors can enjoy an array of memorabilia, photography, artifacts, and interactive displays detailing...

  • The Gettysburg History Center proudly presents The Battle of Gettysburg in a truly unique and orignal light and sound show that is fully narrated. ...

  • Bordering the Gettysburg National Military Park battlefield, the Heritage Center is an educational and entertaining experience for families and tour groups...

  • The Battle of Gettysburg (a Union victory) was a turning point in the Civil War. Often referred to as the "High Water Mark of the Confederacy",...

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