All Year Round
Your Culinary Delight starts at historic Town Hill Inn. The Town Hill Inn was one of the first hotels established along the National Road. You'll be issued your own apron by Chef Patti and start your morning making muffins and then devouring them along with a wide choice of coffee and teas.
After you enjoy your muffins and beverage, Chef Patti will teach the art of napkin folding followed by a demonstration of pastry techniques, appetizers and garnishes that make your next party a success. On to the next activity - Chef Patti will help you create an interesting salad and soup that your group will enjoy for lunch. After lunch, enjoy a tour of the Inn and view of the outside observation deck and see four states.
Continue to Cumberland, Maryland and enjoy this small town charm redevelopment. Visit antique shops, art galleries, wonderful 18th and 19th century building architecture and the Allegany County Museum. Before departing, visit the Emmanuel Episcopal Church which was built on the original site of Fort Cumberland (1755). You will see three Louis Comfort Tiffany stained glass windows and you can explore tunnels underneath the church that protected George Washington's soldiers and later, the "Underground Railroad Travelers."
Entertainment is available at Town Hill and Emmanuel Church. You can substitute Gordon-Roberts House with a tour and Victorian Tea for the Emmanuel Episcopal Church.