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.
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.
Professional art space features a wide variety of artwork.
See how families lived and worked on the canal. On-board stable, hay house, captain's cabin. Donations accepted.
A 1931 art deco movie house offers an eclectic repertoire of theater, classic films, art, live music, and special interest events.
Tells the story of the C&O Canal, boat building, coal industry and Cumberland as a transportation crossroad.
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.
Bike the nearly level passage from Pittsburgh, PA to Cumberland on a world-class rail-trail. Continue to Washington, D.C. on the C&O Canal towpath for the "ride of your life."