Three early 19th-century historic houses (1800-1820) tell the stories of everyday life in Carroll County, utilizing objects/documents from HSCC collections and placing them within the larger context of the American experience. Permanent and changing exhibits; guided tours; library with emphasis on family history research; and museum shop and bookstore.
Home to fun-filled events including The Maryland Wine Festival, the museum is the perfect place to make some memories. The 140-acre property offers numerous exhibits including our historic farmhouse, living history center, playground, nature trail, picnic areas. Le us host your wedding, party or other event.
A wealth of cultural opportunities for youth and adults, including concerts, film, live theatre, art exhibits, classes and camps, and gift shop.
Featuring a residential retreat facility, nature center and miles of hiking trails.
Westminster's first vineyard winery specializing in small lots of handmade wine from grapes grown in our vineyard, select Maryland vineyards and other carefully chosen sites.
A place to enjoy wines produced in an environmentally conscious way, build relationships and genuinely connect with the land.
Home of Shriver family for six generations, also Maryland Civil War Trails site. Mill produces stone-ground corn meal, wheat and buckwheat flour and rye.
A place of both historic and contemporary tradition. Home to Maryland's oldest wine festival, visitors have been traveling to this region for years to taste the fruits of the harvest and to enjoy life.
Find a warm country style dining in this casual and family friendly diner; ice cream is made on premises.
Offers casual and fine dining and off-site catering.Stop in to our English style tavern and enjoy one of our own premium beers brewed fresh right here.
Great place to dine for lunch or dinner with huge bar area.
Landmark since 1947 treating generations with superior, one of a kind homemade ice cream.
10/28/2016 - 10/30/2016
Carroll County Farm Museum
11/18/2016 - 11/25/2016