Completed in 1830, the station is America's oldest surviving railroad station and offers seasonal exhibits, education programs and living history programs.
Former church, built 1894, houses historic exhibits of Howard County life.
In the 1800s, thousands of settlers crossed the Appalachian Mountain and headed west on the dirt, macadam and cobblestone covered National Road, America's first federally funded highway.
Exhibit commemorates courthouse's role in the Underground Railroad in Howard County.
Restored one-room school house serves as living history museum/African-American genealogical resource center. First publicly funded school in county for African-American children.
Former girls' school built 1837 on land donated by the Ellicott brothers; now stabilized ruins with garden, park events and programs emphasizing 19th-century history.
Farm brewery open for tours and tasting. Reservation can be made by going to website.
Extends along 32 miles of the Patapsco River, encompassing 16,000 acres and five developed recreational areas (see web site for locations). Wonderful natural and historical features await visitors to this beautiful state park.
Family-owned and operated since 1994 with an extensive menu.
Casual upscale dining.
Located in a 19th century home, Tersiguel's features fine dining in six individual dining rooms perfect for that romantic dinner for two or a private party for up to 46 guests.
Seventeen rotating craft beer taps plus the largest selection of single malts in the state.
Offers fine Italian dining in an unparalleled atmosphere.
Howard Magazine's 2014 winner of best ribs,happy hour and value.
Specializes in tavern fare using fresh local ingredients at reasonable prices.
5/18/2017 - 11/16/2017
10/20/2017 - 10/21/2017
6/15/2017 - 12/21/2017
8/1/2017 - 8/27/2017
6/10/2017 - 10/28/2017
7/24/2017 - 8/7/2017
6/9/2017 - 11/18/2017