Schifferstadt Architectural Museum

Schifferstadt is one of the oldest houses in Frederick. The stone structure (1758) is an outstanding and rare example of colonial German architecture.


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1110 Rosemont Ave
Frederick, MD
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  • Admission/Tickets Required
  • Free Parking
  • Group-Friendly
  • Maximum Group Participants
  • Student Group-Friendly
  • Tour Length
    45-60 mins
Rated 5 by tommM6090NF

November 23, 2021


Well preserved and accessible national history.

Great preserved piece of national history. One of only two sites on the national register of historic sites to be located in Frederick.

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Rated 5 by Ron W

June 18, 2019

Ron W

If you are lucky, you will get Bernie.

We were here on a Sunday afternoon. We were able to get Bernie Callan to be our guide. All tours are led by a guide--no self-guided. We received a lot of history about Frederick and the Brunner...

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Rated 5 by OldGuy1968

June 04, 2019


If You Like Real History, Visit Here

Recommend a visit to the oldest house in Frederick dating to 1756. Boyce gave an wonderful tour explaining how the German pioneers lived and built their homes. The ingenious and energy efficient...

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