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.
Western Maryland's only regional professional theater presents musicals and dramas year-round. Group rates available.
Visit the 1867 Gordon-Roberts House and enjoy a soothing cup of tea as you embark on a memorable journey back in time.
Tells the story of the C&O Canal, boat building, coal industry and Cumberland as a transportation crossroad.
Thirty-two-mile ride aboard 1916 restored Baldwin Steam Locomotive and vintage diesels through scenic mountains of Allegany County. Specialty trains available.
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.
A 1911 historic bungalow overflowing with Asian Works of Art and American, European and British decorative arts. Experience the art this worldwide connoisseur left behind.
C&O landmark tunnel built in 1850, cut through 3,118 ft. of rock; a major engineering feat. Towpath, park, picnic facilities.
Family oriented – children’s menu, fresh French fries, cold beer, homemade soups, salads and desserts. Breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Casual Dining with a special taste of home. We've been serving wonderful home style cooking for more than 50 years. Our menu is extensive but includes homemade soups, great sandwiches and salads and homestyle hot dinners.
Good old fashioned bakery located in the heart of Cumberland. Yummy doughnuts, cookies, brownies, bread, pies and decorated cakes all made on site.