- TripBuzz found 25 things to do with kids in or near Cumberland, Maryland, including 5 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Grantsville and Flintstone.
- From The Bowler Family Fun Center to Tri State Zoological Park, the Cumberland area offers 48 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Bowling, National & State Parks and Historic Sites.
- Known as a regional business and commercial center serving western Maryland, the city of Cumberland is also a thriving residential and tourist community. Located on Washington Street in the city's historic district, are some of the city's most notable historic homes. Tourists also enjoy taking in the natural beauty of the local historic parks and Wills Creek, and the areas art district, rich with theatre, nightlife and restaurants.
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229 E. Martin Street, Martinsburg, WV 25401 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to the history of West Virginia, For the Kids, By George Children's Museum provides connections to George Washington's activities in the area. The museum offers a virtual bike tour, furnished log cabin, railroad exhibit and general store.
Built in the colonial era, the Adam Stephen House is exemplary of colonial architecture. Now a museum, it features collections of art and artifacts, including fossils and primitive stone tools unearthed from the caverns beneath the house.
Wagon Wheel Ranch is a family owned and operated ranch that offers a riding experience through herds of cattle and exploration of nature on their ranch, from foxes and bald eagles to wild turkeys and herds of deer.
Showcasing personal items belonging to General 'Stonewall' Thomas Jackson, Stonewall Jackson's Headquarters is an 18th Century cottage used by Jackson in 1861-62 during the Shenandoah Campaign. A costumed tour guide brings Civil War history to life through Jackson's story and possessions.
In operation since 1929, the Winchester Little Theatre is a community theatre housed in the historic Pennsylvania Railroad Freight Station. The theatre now offers a full season of plays, along with classes for children and youth.
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20 N. Loudoun Street, Winchester, VA 22601 MoreLess Info
The Frederick County Court House, built in 1840, features a museum exhibit detailing the building's history as a hospital and prison for soldiers on both sides of the American Civil War, including graffiti left on the walls by prisoners during the War.
Used as a military office during the construction of Fort Louden in 1755-56, Washington's Office Museum is a two-room exhibit displaying information and personal artifacts from Washington's time in the Winchester area, including a cannon on the grounds. Open April through October.