Colonial Frederick


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Our Self Guided Tour

We are developing resources for our community to better educate as well as encourage full enjoyment of the wonderful history and abundance of resources for Frederick cultural development. A great resource we are working on that fulfills this goal is our Colonial Frederick Self-Guided tour.

Right now you can download the foursquare list into your mobile device and use it as you navigate around our Frederick Town. It is amazing what you may walk by or drive by everyday that has story and history waiting to be shared. So, download this guide and begin to see our town with new patriot eyes!

Click here to get MD SAR Sergeant Lawrence Everhart Chapter’s Foursquare Self-Guided Tour of Our Frederick Town.

More Resources

We also provide other links to more resources on the internet that can help you as you begin to connect with the history of our town.

Find more on Wikipedia’s “Frederick, Maryland.”

Here are some sites that offer Tips, Tricks & Secrets for Visiting Our Colonial Town. Check out the “Visit Frederick” website as well as the “Downtown Frederick” Partnership page.

Francis Scott Key, although not from the revolutionary era, but from the War of 1812, is another great person to follow while in his hometown of Frederick, MD.

Another great link is to the Maryland Historic landmark list.