Some interesting artifacts and quite a few good interpretive panels The house itself is interesting for its having been used as a home for orphaned girls for many years.
We took the 90 minute Historic Frederick Tour which was an excellent way to immerse ourselves in the history and culture of Frederick as well as learn our way around. Our tour guide, Sandy, was wonderful. She was pleasant, friendly, and tailored the tour to our interests. She shared a wealth of knowledge about Frederick. It was well worth the... 更多
Local county historical societies are quite hit or miss in our experience. This was a hit. Not extensive, but quite informative, and I learned a lot more than I might have suspected before entering. Staff was knowledgeable and extremely friendly. Goes way beyond just the colonial or civil war period. Worth the stop, but shouldn't take more than an hour.
We checked this out the same day we visited the Civil War Museum of Medicine. It was a good timeline of the area, and it was interesting to know that the building had at one time been a home for orphaned girls who were all taught how to assimilate into society with the proper knowledge and graces of other girls... 更多
We planned our visit at a time when a City historical walking tour was offered. Our tour guide did a great job of showing us the City's highlights.
Although the local visitors center tried to encourage me to do their self-guided tour of Frederick, being a former walking tour guide, I wanted a better picture of town with the Historical Society Walking Tour. Although it was beastly hot out, they did hand out water before we left. I had my own water bottle, and needed it. The guide... 更多
Living in Frederick for my entire life, I was pretty sure I knew its history. After talking to the staff at the historical society, I realized my knowledge was way below expectations. The "docents" study and do workshops with each other, just to learn more and to ensure they are able to speak accurately about all the historical items in... 更多
Free, self guided tour. Offers interesting perspectives on slavery and Civil War. Not very big but if time allows, do walking tour with volunteer