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.
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.
Thirty-two-mile ride aboard 1916 restored Baldwin Steam Locomotive and vintage diesels through scenic mountains of Allegany County. Specialty trains available.
C&O landmark tunnel built in 1850, cut through 3,118 ft. of rock; a major engineering feat. Towpath, park, picnic facilities.
Western Maryland's only regional professional theater presents musicals and dramas year-round. Group rates available.
A 1931 art deco movie house offers an eclectic repertoire of theater, classic films, art, live music, and special interest events.
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.
Visit the 1867 mansion. Explore 3 floors of the furnished house. Virtual tour available, museum gift shop located in the carriage house.