Mountain Maryland boasts three centuries of American history. The heyday of Allegany County was the turn of the 20th century and, luckily for visitors, many of the homes, commercial centers and transportation hubs of that era have been preserved and are managed as visitor and community enrichment attractions. History lives here. You are more than welcome to visit it!
Arts of Evergreen workshops are fun and highly personal art experiences which may be taken as a series or as individual classes, and are designed for everyone, whether experienced artists or those seeking personal creative development. An art background i
The Cumberland Historic Cemetery Organization is dedicated to preserving our area's rich historic heritage. For a list of cemeteries, locations, and guided tours, call 301-722-4624 or visit www.chco-online.org. Tours are held year-round.
Emmanuel Episcopal Church is a 19th century built on the site of Fort Cumberland. Features unique architecture, stained glass windows, original drawings and tours of Fort Cumberland tunnels.
Pastor: Rev. Martha N. Macgill, Rector.
A window into ice ages past. Finzel Swamp is located in a "frost pocket," an area where the surrounding hills capture moisture and cold air that conspire to create a landscape more reminiscent of habitat found much further north in Canada.