New transportation building showcasing Hagerstown automotive legacy. More than 2,000 artifacts displayed of 18th/19th-century life in Washington County. Village including a Conestoga wagon, gift shop, events and exhibits throughout year.
A 40-mile route along the backbone of South Mountain, a north-south ridge that extends from Pennsylvania to the Potomac River.
NHRA Drag Racing Pit Access.
Maryland's first museum dedicated to telling the story of American's first federally funded highway and the region's trolley system. Visitors of all ages will enjoy unique exhibits featuring tactile exhibits, video and special programs. Groups will enjoy docent led tours and step-on guide service to extend their National Road experience.
Built in 1768, the furnace produced goods for the Revolutionary War, relying on the labor of both enslaved and free blacks. National Register of Historic Places.
Race your friends and family while you slip and slide around the oval track, under a bridge, and towards the finish line. Junior karts are available.
Located in the Appalachian Mountains, Greenbrier is a multi-use park providing many kinds of recreation. The 42-acre man-made freshwater lake and white sandy beach draw many visitors who enjoy swimming, canoeing, boating and fishing
A fine-dining restaurant with a great wine list and full bar. On the Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail.
Choose from a menu of pizzas, subs, burgers, calzones, salads, and traditional Italian dinners.
Located on Boonsboro Square, has an updated look, expansive list of craft beers and spirits and showcase local breweries and farms.