1 Frostburg A&E District
Eight miles west of Cumberland on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad route, historic Frostburg is best known as the home of Frostburg State University. The university is actually part of Frostburg’s Arts and Entertainment District. Like Cumberland, the Appalachian town of Frostburg has emerged as an arts destination and is generating great excitement. The A&E District in Frostburg is managed by FrostburgFirst.
2 Gunter Hotel
Built in 1896, the Gunter Hotel opened its doors on New Year's Day in 1897. Today the historic hotel and banquet facility is located in the heart of the vibrant Arts and Entertainment District of Frostburg and is home to Toasted Goat Winery.
3 The Palace Theatre
The Palace Theatre is a landmark in Frostburg, it is more than just a vintage theatre showing a mix of classic, indie, documentary and foreign films in addition to hosting music, plays and speakers. The shows it presents, the experiences of people connecting with those events, are woven into the texture of lives of the people in Frostburg.
4 Thrasher Carriage Museum
Top-notch collection of horse-drawn vehicles representing every walk of life from the milkman to the statesman. The collection, which includes pleasure vehicles, funeral wagons, sleighs and carts, is on display in the 19th century warehouse. Visitors will enjoy browsing in the General Store gift shop too.