Fodor's Expert Review Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum

Hagerstown Museum/Gallery

Dubbed "Hub City" due to its importance to the Western Maryland and Baltimore & Ohio railroads, Hagerstown has a rich railway history. It's been more than a decade since the city demolished the roundhouse (a circular building used for repairing steam locomotives), but the museum preserves several cabooses, locomotives, and trolley cars as well as other railroad artifacts and memorabilia. During the Christmas season the elaborate train gardens are particularly enchanting.

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300 S. Burhan's Blvd. (US 11)
Hagerstown, Maryland  21740, United States

301-739–4665

www.roundhouse.org

Sight Details:
Rate Includes: $3.50, Fri.–Sun. 1–5

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