Let us be your guide as you shop, dine, and discover historic cities and towns in Frederick County. Here, scenic byways lead to wineries, orchards, and Civil War heritage sites. Browse below for the most up-to-date happenings or choose a category on the right.
Posted in: Shopping, Scenic Drives, Festivals and Events, Historic Cities & Towns, Wineries and Breweries, Visitor Information
Just one hour from Washington, D.C., and Baltimore, Frederick County, Maryland, is the a great destination for wine, craft, beer, and shopping.
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Don't miss the thrill of America's only high wheel bicycle race, held every August in Downtown Frederick!
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Visit Frederick County this weekend! Here's what is on tap!
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Frederick County is a popular destination year-round, but summer is a special time to visit, when many of the best things to do in Frederick County are free.
Posted in: Civil War History, Museums & Historic Sites, Outdoor Adventure, Family Fun, Scenic Drives, Visitor Information
The War Correspondents Memorial Arch, built in Frederick County by George Alfred Townsend 120 years ago, was the first monument in the world dedicated to journalists killed in combat.
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If you want to enjoy farm fresh produce from Frederick County and bring farm-to-fork to your dinner table, then check out this listing of Farmers Markets!
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Frederick's Carroll Creek Park features unique pedestrian bridges and fountains. Learn more about them here.
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The Levitt AMP summer concert series is returning, bringing free, family-friendly concerts to Carroll Creek on Tuesdays.
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Frederick's Tivoli Theatre became the first building in town to be air conditioned, thanks to a race horse named Challedon.
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Downtown Frederick will host the Maryland Craft Brew Festival May 14, 2016, along Carroll Creek. Come enjoy craft beer from more than 40 Maryland breweries.