COVID-19 Updates
Events, attractions, restaurants, and shops may be closed or operating with reduced hours. Reopening Information

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COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) GLOBAL OUTBREAK

Frederick County, Maryland has begun welcoming visitors again. Increased safety precautions have been implemented to allow visitors to return to the region safely and provide the best experience at local shops, restaurants, attractions, and lodging. As Frederick County moves forward with its reopening process, Visit Frederick will update this page with the latest travel and tourism information.

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Reopening Frederick County

Many of Frederick's businesses have reopened, but they may still act and look a little different. Face masks are required in public spaces and in outdoor public areas where physical distancing is not possible. Many businesses are operating at a reduced capacity and have increased their cleaning procedures. You may be asked to use hand sanitizer or wash your hands before entering some establishments. 

At this time, it is strongly recommended that you call attractions, restaurants, lodging and other properties before your visit. Even if it is a place you visit each year, many businesses have new hours or may require an appointment. Some parks may even reach capacity early in the day, it's a good idea to call or check their social media accounts for closures the day of your visit. For further assistance planning your trip, call the Frederick Visitor Center at 301-600-4047.

Frederick County remains in Stage Two of Maryland's Roadmap to Recovery. Frederick County Government provides timely updates on it's COVID-19 response where you can view charts and data about testing, cases, and hospitalizations. Maryland Department of Health answers frequently asked questions about COVID-1.

Please adhere to all guidelines wherever you explore, maintaining physical distancing and following all mask, hygiene and occupancy requirements. If you don't feel well, Frederick will still be here to welcome you when you feel better.

Click on the links below to find more information about reopening of Frederick County's businesses.

 

Cancelled or Postponed Events

For all events listed on Visit Frederick's Event Calendar, please check with individual event organizers for the most up-to-date information. Find the latest updates to events held at the Weinberg Center for the Arts here. The following events have been canceled or postponed.