Something for everyone! The collection is eclectic. The homestead in the rear is perfect for children to see. It tells a story of the railroad town to its present. They often have family activities in the gazebo. A gem.
We wandered in here, after finding out that the railroad and transportation museums were closed. We were cabin-camping at Herrington Manor State Park. The lady at the front desk greeted us warmly. We went from room to room, admiring the vast collections of historic objects...更多
My husband and I visited this site during the Autumn Glory Festival in October, 2016. It was quite crowded but it was on the day of the main parade. The museum is free which is great! There are several rooms and each features a different...更多
... this museum allows for a deep and wide view of a town and a county in their heyday... when the railways going through Oakland turned it into an important relay node towards other cities.. pictures of now defunct hotels and busy railway construction point...更多
For such a small town, Oakland, Maryland has three wonderful, quality museums to delight history lovers, all within sight of each other. There is the B & O Train Station with its focus on the importance of the railroad to the area, the Garrett County...更多
everything was broken up in to section would made it easier to focus on areas. it was clean and the lady working was very friendly. lots of history in the building. the rooms never duplicated so it was nice.