What to See & Do: Family Fun
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Looking for a way to get out of the house without freezing your toes off? Crank up the heat in your car and head to Frederick!
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Come experience the annual tradition of making maple syrup in northern Frederick County.
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New Market has become a great destination for families and avid shoppers alike. Consider spending your weekend day in New Market!
Posted in: Civil War History, Outdoor Adventure, Family Fun
It is no secret that Frederick is full of amazing parks. These are just a few of the hidden gems Frederick County has to offer. As the National Park Service turns 100 this month, now is a great time to Find Your Park in Frederick County!
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Engage your wild side this summer with a visit to Frederick! Animal lovers will adore the wide variety of up close and personal experiences the county has to offer.
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Not only does Frederick have plenty of great things to do, it also offers lots of great treats to help you cool off.
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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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Frederick's Carroll Creek Park features unique pedestrian bridges and fountains. Learn more about them here.
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There are lots of kid-friendly activities in Frederick County, even during the winter months!