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: Family Fun, Seasonal, Festivals and Events
Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out our weekend roundup!
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Check out our top ten places to find a unique gift!
Posted in: Seasonal, Festivals and Events, Historic Cities & Towns, Tours
Enjoy the 30th annual Candlelight Tour of Historic Houses of Worship in Downtown Frederick on Monday, December 26 from 4-9 p.m.
Posted in: Dining & Culinary, Wineries and Breweries, Agritourism
Whether you are dreading all the family time or looking for a way to bond, a trip to a tasting room (or 4) is a great way to make time spent with your relatives fun!
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Give someone an experience they won’t forget this holiday season. From theater subscriptions to golf outings or whitewater rafting, treat your loved ones to a unique adventure with memories to last a lifetime.
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Celebrate the season with a carriage ride through festive downtown Frederick, Maryland.
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The holidays are approaching and soon Frederick will be bustling with busy shoppers and fun events for all ages.
Posted in: Civil War History, Museums & Historic Sites, Outdoor Adventure
While Target may already be selling Christmas décor, Frederick is starting to get into the Halloween spirit! Often billed as the “most haunted city in Maryland” Frederick is full of eerie experiences and haunted happenings. Are you a believer?
Posted in: Outdoor Adventure, Family Fun, Seasonal, Festivals and Events
With a wide variety of farm festivals and city celebrations, Frederick County is the best place to enjoy outdoor fun for the whole family.
Posted in: Shopping, Dining & Culinary, Historic Cities & Towns
In 1976, a roaring flood destroyed a large portion of Frederick’s Downtown streetscape, leaving residents to pick up the pieces in the months and years to follow. Hope may have looked dim at the time, but this unpredictable weather prompted the construction of what is today one of Frederick’s most popular attractions, Carroll Creek Park.