Weekend Roadtrip: Where Centuries of History Collide

Downtown Frederick is bustling with contemporary experiences just minutes away from picturesque countryside and a short drive from Pittsburgh.


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In Frederick County, Md., 271 years worth of history collides.
 


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Civil War-era buildings house unique shops and one of a kind restaurants, battlefields and wineries coexist and museums meet martini bars.
 


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Boasting 27 tasting rooms, 18 art galleries and 4 National Parks, travelers of all kind can find something they’re looking for. Families can too — kids of all ages will love the interactive experiences Frederick has to offer.
 

Do you consider yourself a foodie? Frederick’s restaurant scene has everything from nationally acclaimed chefs to mom and pop eateries.
 


 

At just over three hours from Pittsburgh, Frederick is the perfect day or weekend trip. For those looking to extend their trip, the county’s lodging includes modern hotels, quaint bed and breakfasts and campgrounds where you can sleep under the stars.

Find out more about all Frederick County has to offer here.

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