One-room cabin used by George Washington while an aide to General Braddock. Built 1754-1755, it is the only remaining structure of Ft. Cumberland.
Professional art space features a wide variety of artwork.
The museum begins with rare Ice Age fauna discovered in deep mountain caves, covers the arrival and lifeways of the region’s Native American populations and includes a rich cast of legendary frontiersmen.
A 1911 historic bungalow overflowing with Asian Works of Art and American, European and British decorative arts. Experience the art a worldwide connoisseur left behind.
Built on remains of a British Colonial fort; beneath floor of the church are the cellars, magazines and earthworks of Ft. Cumberland (c. 1755); three large Tiffany windows.
Visit the 1867 mansion. Explore 3 floors of the furnished house. Virtual tour available, museum gift shop located in the carriage house.
Tells the story of the C&O Canal, boat building, coal industry and Cumberland as a transportation crossroad.
C&O landmark tunnel built in 1850, cut through 3,118 ft. of rock; a major engineering feat. Towpath, park, picnic facilities.
Casual dining with a special taste of home. We've been serving wonderful home-style cooking for more than 60 years.
Casual Dining offering steaks, seafood and pasta for dinner and fresh salads, soups and sandwiches for lunch. Largest wine list in area.
Good old fashioned bakery located in the heart of Cumberland. Yummy doughnuts, cookies, brownies, bread, pies and decorated cakes all made on site.
Pub/Bar & Grill