Frederick is the location, largest city, and commercial and geographic center of Frederick County, Maryland.
Frederick is about 65,000 attractive cities. It is a major antique center, and it is lined with many shops, restaurants, galleries and antique stores.
During the colonial period, Frederick walked an important road in the north-south India.
This town was founded around 1742 and was probably named after the sixth and last baron Frederick Culvert.
From Washington, DC and Montgomery County, you'll be north 270 minutes between the states. During the morning rush hour, the traffic is going south and during the evening rush hour, the traffic is heavy for the north.
Point east of Baltimore and move to Interstate 70 west.
Heading west from Hagerstown to the Interstate 70 east.
From Gettysburg, head north and US Route 15, head south.
MARC, a Brunswick line arriving at and departing from Union Station in Washington, D.C., runs a commuter train from Monday through Friday. One Frederick station is located 100 seconds east, and a bus for Frederick is also operated from the MARC station POINTof Rocks.
- 2 Frederick City Airport (FDK IATA) (two miles east of Frederick City) a small general airport that is used only for private aircraft
The nearest major commercial airport is Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI IATA), Washington National Airport (DCA IATA), or Washington Dulles International Airport (IATA). They are all within an hour of Frederick's driving time.
A route 515 provides a service between Frederick and Shady Globe Metro Rail station, and enables connection with the Washington DC. The bus runs only during rush hours for $3.50.
Greyhound will offer a $11 service with Baltimore if purchased on line in advance.
The car is the easiest way to avoid Frederick. The historic downtown areas include public parking lots and parking lots.
TransIT runs bus services within Frederick. The bus runs between 6 a.m. and 9 p.m. and costs $1.50.
Uber is a popular means of transportation for people without cars.
- 1 Barbara Fritchie House 154 West Patrick St . It's not a regular schedule, so let's go for hours and visit the interior (stored in the style of her age). Barbara Fritchie, a Civil War patriot and best friend of Francis Scott Kee, is most famous for holding the Union Flag outside the house for General Stonewall Jackson, marching on the Maryland campaign. To mark the occasion, John Greenleaf Whittier wrote a poem, Barbara Frietchie, recalling Winston Churchill when he visited the city:
- 2 National Museum of Civil War 48 E Patrick St . M-Sa: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Su: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. They are also based in Sharpsburg and Washington, D.C. The exhibits show the practice of medicine in the civil war (a lesson of endurance) and progress of medicine at that time. Adults: $9.50; Student: $5.
-  Rose Hill Manor 1611 N Market St . This photo gallery is designed for children with costumes from the period and "farming community activities
- 4 Monocasse National Battlefield, 4801 Urvana Pile (I-70 from Urvana Pile south of Frederick) ☏ . 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the 1st. The site of the Battle of the Civil War between General Jubal at the beginning of the Confederacy of the South in the summer of 1864 and General Lu Wallace of the Confederacy. Freedom.
- Note 5: Francis Scott Key Memorial (515 S Market St, Mount Olivet Cemeterny, Insidine Intrance 301 , [email protected]) Grave of Francis Scott Key, author of Star Spangul Banner.
- 6 Roger Brooke Taney House, 121S Benz St, . Sat: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Su: 1:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. from April to mid-December. Adult: $6.
- 7 Beatty Cramer Architectural Museum, 9010 Liberty Rd, . One of the six important historians in Maryland, dating back to 1732.
- 8 Ciferstat Museum of Architecture, 1110 Rosemont Ave☏, +1 301-663-3885 April to early December: Sa-Su 1:00-4:00 p.m. A German stone house built in 1758. I proposed a donation of five dollars.
- 9 The Artists' Gallery (4 E Church St) ☏+1 301 696 ([email protected]) Art Exhibition.
- 10 Hestian barracks, 101 Clarke Pl, 301 360 Since 1780. It is not open to the public during the Meiji Restoration.
- 11 Brunswick Heritage Railroad Museum, 40 West Potomac St. Thursdays/Fridays 10AM-2PM Saturday 10AM-4PM Sunday 1-4PM. Exhibits and model trains are on display at a museum in the center of Frederick City, which takes the history of Brunswick and the history of the C&O Canal. Freedom.
- 1Baker Park, 121N. Bentz 7:30 a.m. The 44-acre park in downtown Frederick City has a number of playgrounds for Carillon, Bandshell, Tennis Court, Softball and baseball fields, Color Lake, Thomas Pool and children. Many outdoor events are held in the park throughout the year, including summer concerts, children's theaters and July 4th.
-  Edward P. Thomas, Jr Memorial Swimming Pool, 500 Fleming Ave in Baker Park, 301 663 Anniversary to working day: 12:30PM~8PM. Adult: $6.
- Frederick Keys Minor League (Harry Grove Stadium), Stadium Dr (I-70 exit 54) Then, turn to the streetlight)☏+1 A-grade senior minor league team is affiliated with the Baltimore Orioles. 5-11 dollars.
- 3 Frederick Sports, 1845 Brookfield Ct, 301 662 .
- 4 Frederick Fairies, 797 E Patrick St, . Annual events and festivals are held.
Frederick is known at many antique shops. Most of them are in historical regions along Patrick St, along East St, and along Carol Creek. There are many small shops in a market center.
- 1 Creme de la Creme, 207 N Market St . 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Fri) - Sat; 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. to Thursday, an enjoyable goods and gift shop.
- 2 The Record Exchange, 151 N Market St, record exchange). 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (Wed) - Sun; Closed Mon Tue. Classic Record Store, vinyl records, cassette tapes, CDs, T-shirts, etc.
- 3 Retro Metro, 213 N Market St, 301 698 . 11:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Fri) - Sat; 11 AM - 6 PM Sun - Tu. Fun Houseware & Great Gifts
- Francis Scott Keymor, 5500 Buckeystown Pike.
- 5 Wonderbook and video, 1306 W Patrick St, 301 694 10:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. I'm looking forward to seeing original collections of books, sheet music, manga and more. The store is one of the few "Wonderbook" retail outlets that sell many books on line.
- 1 Frederick Coffee Company Cafe, 100 N East St (E Church Cathedral Corner), ☏ . 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Monday. Strong coffee in a comfortable place.
- Pretzel Pizza Creation 2, N-Market St (near E 2), ☏+1 . Friday 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.; Pizza with pretzel skin, Sunday morning 11-8 p.m.. It's as wonderful as that. If you can't find a seat, take the pizza to the healing garden in Bonitamas Park one block away and have a nice meal in the park.
- 3 South Market Sandwich, 105S Market St (corner of W All Saints St), ☏ . 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Monday - Saturday; The store closed Sun. A creative sandwich shop combining high quality ingredients. Near Carol Creek, she eats sandwiches on a park bench and watches the stream of the creek.
Fast-food and national-chain stores are located west of Route 40, the "Golden Mile", to the south of Route 85 and South Market Street. There are many small restaurants in the town along Ichiba-dori Street in the central part of the town.
- 4 Frederick Airways 310 Airways (Frederick City Airport Airways)1 . Famous for fresh seafood and delicious maryland crab soup.
- 5:00 a.m. Friscos Restran, 4632 Wedgewood Blvd, ☏ +1 301 698-0018. sandwiches and potatoes The famous one is 'Explosive Potato.' 5-10 dollars.
- 6 Brewer's Aller, 124 N Market St, A rich local brewery. Nuts brown ale and oatmeal stout are very good. Barrel beer is sold well. The pizza and grilled food in a brick oven are really delicious. Try some sweet potato fries! 7-20 dollars.
- 7 Orchard 45N Market St them are natural and organic foods. You can choose between vegetarian and vegetarian dishes well. 12 to 20 dollars.
- 8-Vettolme, 1812 Rosemont Ave☏, 301 418 . 10:30AM~9:30PM. More than 100 Vietnamese dishes and more than 20 noodle soup are provided to the customers who want to eat and deliver. In addition to the daily lunch box, there are also dishes for wine and beer.
- 9 sample drinking rooms, 101N Market District (Church Market Area Crossing), ☏+1 240 379 . A wonderful European-style meal with a wide wine list. Main dinner: $28-45; Wine: $8-16.
- 10 VOLT restaurant, 228 N Market St, 301 696 328 N Market St. Top Chef: A restaurant in Brian Bortagio, the finalist. Very high-class food according to the present, local and season. The chef's sample meal menu and table 21 (21 courses, three hours, dinner events, and life) must be booked in advance. The sample menu is recommended. $25~$121.
- Ward 10 Distillery, 55 E Patrick St (Near Maxwell St), ☏ -5888. 2 pm to 10 pm (Wed) to Fri; 12 pm to 10 pm; 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sun. Distillery sells gin, wiskey, ry, absinthe and other spirits. Mixed drinks were also available. You can also ship hamburgers from the next hamburger shop.
- 2 Bush Wars, 209 N Market St, 301 695 . Irish Pub.
-  Guido Speaker, 543 N Market St (15th, exit 14th, and east at Rosemont Abe) Rosemont Abe will be Dir Abe. N Market St. Go 2 blocks to the left. N angles Market St and E.6th),☏+1 301 620 . 3:00 p.m. to 1:45 a.m. a dive bar
- 4 Merge Lounge, 243 N Market St, 301 631 . A Hoover with a wide selection of Sheesha items. I serve Middle Eastern dishes. Thursday is a fifty cent beer. Students from Food College came and went in at night.
- Gambril State Park Camp 8002 Gambril Park Rd Camp.
- Comfort Inn - Frederick, 7300 Executive Way☏, .
- Fairfield Inn & Suites Frederick 5220 Westview Dr,+1 301 631-2000
- Hampton Inflationary Derrick 5311 Backskestown Pike, 301 698-2500 (Hampton Inn Frederick, 5311 Buckeystown Pike)
- MainStay Suites - Frederick 7310 Executive Way, 301 668-4600 +1 301 668-4600
- Holiday Inflationary Center (FSK Mall, 5400 Holiday Drive, +1 301 694-7500)
- Country Inn & Suites By Radisson, Frederick, MD, 5579 Spectrum Dr,☏+1 301 695-2881, c[email protected](Radisson, Frederick, Frederick, Spectrum Dr)
- Courtyard Frederick, 5225 Westview Dr, ☏ .
- Best Westan Historic Frederick, 420 Prospect Blvd, 301 695-6200.
- Motel 6 Frederick MD - Fort Derrick 999 Westpatrick St, +1 301 662-5141. Check in: 3PM, Check out: 12:00.
- Econo Lodge 6021 Francis Scott Key Dr☏Check In: 3PM, Check Out: 11 a.m. .
- Schaesburg is the site of the Antitam Battle, the most brutal day in American history
- Harpers Ferry
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