When your town is founded in 1754, it sure can rack up a lot of history.
Find out what the Taneytown Hundred was.
What did George Washington say about Taneytown?
How many historical markers are around town?
Did the Railway really put Taneytown on the map?
And who was this Herman Munster guy?
Enjoy your journey through American History in Taneytown!
|Markers & Monumentshttp://www.hmdb.org/results.asp?Town=Taneytown&State=Maryland|
|Self-Guided Historical Buildings Walking Tour||410-751-1100||17 East Baltimore Street|
|Taneytown Heritage & Museum Association, Inc.http://www.taneytownhh.org||443-918-8687||340 East Baltimore Street|
|Antrim 1844 Hotel (Historic)http://www.antrim1844.com/history-of-antrim/||410-756-6812||30 Trevanion Road|
|Georges on York B&B (Historic)http://www.georgesonyork.com||443-465-9818||10 York Street|
|Roads To Gettysburg Driving Tourhttp://www.carrollcountytourism.org/ experience-history/civil-war-driving-tour/|
|National Shrine of St. Elizabeth Ann Setonhttp://www.setonshrine.org||301-447-6606||339 S. Seton Ave. Emmitsburg|
|National Shrine Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdeshttp://www.nsgrotto.org||301-447-5318||16330 Grotto Rd. Emmitsburg|
|National Fallen Fire Fighters Memorialhttp://www.firehero.org/fallen-firefighters/memorial-park||301-447-1000||S. Seton Drive, Emmitsburg|