View unique exhibits on 18th-19th-century milling techniques, floods of Ellicott Mills and the Ellicott family.
Completed in1830, the station is America's oldest surviving railroad station and offers seasonal exhibits, education programs and living history programs.
Old firehouse contains firefighter memorabilia, displays, uniforms, photographs.
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.
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.
Former church, built 1894, houses historic exhibits of Howard County life.
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.
Period-appointed cabin and costumed docents reveal various aspects of Ellicott's Mills and 18th-century Quaker mill town, and the birth of the National Road.
Howard Magazine's 2012 winner of best ribs, and happy hour.
The Friendly Inn cooks their food with an eye towards simplicity and tradition, and uses only the finest ingredients.
Has the largest selection of single malts in the state plus single barrel and small batch bourbons & ryes.
Specializes in sliders, made to order with only the freshest ingredients.
A local Ellicott City restaurant that specializes in tavern fare using fresh local ingredients at reasonable prices.
Along with an extensive wine list, award-winning crab cakes, small-plate fare...you're going to love everything you find here.