1840s mill worker's house, changing exhibits of Laurel's history from an industrial mill town to the present.  Research library and museum shop.  Group tours by appointment.
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817 Main St
Laurel, MD
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  • Guided Tours/Guide Available
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  • Student Group-Friendly
Rated 5 by 703BillB703

May 24, 2023


Two centuries of history and still growing

Although not incorporated until 1870, Laurel, as a mill town, began in 1811. The museum occupies one of the later structures located at the northwest end of Main Street that housed mill workers...

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Rated 4 by MstqMI

May 19, 2023


Quaint small museum

This quaint museum is small but very interesting. Ann and Tracy were so friendly and informative. Got to go down into the basement, too, which at one time housed two families! It's something fun...

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Rated 4 by Tim O

February 14, 2017

Tim O

Great WWI exhibit showing now

We stopped by to see the new WWI exhibit on how the local area helped soldiers for the war. Learn quite a bit of local history, saw photos and read about what soldiers said on how they were treated...

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