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Allegany Museum, Cumberland

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  • The building(the former courthouse, ca. 1900) is undergoing extensive renovations to return it to it original lustre. In the meantime, there are some very interesting exhibits to view, especially from...  more »
  • Located in down town area of Cumberland, Maryland. A lot of history can be viewed and very nice displays. Visitor enjoy the visit  more »
  • This is a good way to get acquainted with the history of Cumberland, MD. It shows some of the major manufacturing that was done and that has since departed. For those of us who grew up here it is a bi...  more »
  • Nice museum exhibits that are well planed and executed.
  • Whenever my husband and I travel to Western Maryland to visit friends, we make sure we stop at the Allegany Museum to experience this gem of a museum. With each visit, we learn more of the significance of this area in the State of Maryland and nationwide. The oversight of this museum has been thoroughly and sensitively handled. The exhibits have been keenly developed to demonstrate the importance of Allegany County in the industrial revolution, as well as the crucial part it played in the development of the transportation system and coal industry of the United States. You will find that the Allegany Museum will appeal to both adults and children and you will come away with a fuller understanding and appreciation of this pristine, beautiful mountain area.
  • This was a really neat place