Museums

C&O Canal Museum

Visit one of our museums and browse the many items and memorabilia significant to this area's history. It's a great way to spend an afternoon.

Experience life in Allegany County throughout the eras. A first class museum intended to preserve the area's history and become a major heritage attraction.
Housed in the historic 1913 Western Maryland Railway Station, the Cumberland Visitor Center of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park invites you to explore the rich history of the C&O Canal and Cumberland.
The Evergreen Mansion/Museum is located at the Evergreen Heritage Center.
Experience the F. Brooke Whiting House of Art, a 1911 American Bungalow located in Cumberland's Historic Washington Street district.
Located in the Hill Street School building, the museum details the story of life in Frostburg and provides a wide variety of genealogical information.
An 1867 Victorian home built for Josiah Gordon, President of the C&O Canal. It is now a museum that gives visitors the opportunity to explore life in the late 1800s of an upper middle class family and their servants.
Grantsville Community Museum
A charming early 19th-century Federal mansion with six renovated galleries, an art library and landscaped gardens is the setting for a rotating schedule of art exhibits from various media and theme-oriented presentations.
One of only 100 structures listed in "Colonial and Historical Homes of Maryland."
Visit one of the top collections of horse-drawn vehicles representing all walks of life.
Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 172 Museum is a moving tribute based on the experiences of Chapter 172's members during the Vietnam War. The museum represents our story told through pictures, letters and the personal collections of many members
This museum houses a collection of our area's railroad heritage.