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Frederick County is the hub of commerce, arts, as well as culture. It is situated just less than an hour from Baltimore as well as Washington D.C. and highly recognized as the second largest county in Maryland. The area also has a thriving economy as well as a well-educated workforce and supports a high quality of life.
The Frederick County has a rich cultural heritage, innovations, and numerous opportunities. The county was founded in 1745 by some German settlers. Situated on the battlegrounds of the Civil War of Antietam, Monocacy, as well as Gettysburg, the city was saved from burning during the war and was made a hospital town for soldiers that were wounded. The industries in the area, by the turn of the century, started to boom and was centered on industries that involved canning, tanning as well as knitting. Products made by the industries were sent to the market through the railroad to Baltimore and other areas.
Frederick is a wonder destination to live, famed for its 40-block award-winning and historical district, neighborhoods, parks, as well as diverse industries. The area offers a unique blend of history and technology to both visitors and residents in the same capacity. Frederick is a destination that is highly recognized for its amazing artworks. The county was recognized by American Style Magazine as the 18th Small Arts City in the United States of America. The district has lots of impressive public artworks as well as architecture, located within its walls, and it is home to notable attractions like the Catoctin Mountain Park, as well as the home to many celebrated figures such as Thomas Johnson, Barbara Fritchie and others.
Frederick County is situated at less than an hour drive from Baltimore, Washington D.C, and the famous Gettysburg. There are so many places for visitors as well as residents to visit, all in one day. You can go hiking on the Appalachian Trail, tour the Battlefield, or pay visit to the largest brewery in Maryland, located precisely in the Frederick County. The city is also surrounded by orchards, high-rise mountains, wineries, as well as vibrant Main Street communities.
The Frederick County has an impeccable weather. It receives 40 inches of rain annually, with 25 inches of snowfall. The average city in the United States of America receives 25 inches of snowfall as well as 37 inches of rain annually. With an average of 197 sunny days per year, the Frederick County is recognized as one of the fun destination that supports different outdoor activities.
Frederick County, offers several shopping opportunities for visitors and residents. No matter what you are looking for, you will definitely get them to buy from the shops that are located in the area. The shopping centers offer numerous items from fresh agricultural produce to jewelry, wears as well as interior decorations.
Select Seconds Hosp Thrift Shop 8 E Patrick St. (301) 662-8280
Willowdale Goodwill Retail Store & Donation Center 101 Willowdale Dr (301) 360-1342
Plato’s Closet Frederick 5100 Buckeystown Pike (301) 644-1190
Heritage Interiors 39 E Patrick St. (301) 668-0299
Comfort One Shoes 5245 Buckeystown Pike (301) 668-1211
There are numerous restaurants in Frederick County with great staffs and food that will satisfy everyone. You can visit the Lazy Fish Restaurant to try out some mouthwatering Sushi. If you are a vegan, there is no need to worry about your choice of food. Pay a visit to the Orchard restaurant in the Frederick County for some delicious, fresh, and highly flavored mushroom pita melt. Always remember that the food options in this area are endless.
Bonefish Grill 1305 W 7th St (301) 668-1522
The Orchard 45 N Market St (301) 663-4912
The Wine Kitchen On the Creek 50 Carroll Creek Way (301) 663-6968
Firestone’s Culinary Tavern 105 N Market St. (301) 663-0330
Lazy Fish 10 E Patrick St. (301) 695-9656
Frederick County has a vibrant nightlife, with lots of bars, pubs, and live music scene. This county has some of the hottest nightclubs in Maryland, and the DJs know just what to do to keep everyone lively. The Café Nola is an excellent coffee as well as bar spot. You can explore the refreshing taste of the ILLY brand Italian coffee and other coffee options in the area.
The Blue Side Tavern 6 S Bentz St. (301) 663-0200
Hotch and Banter 49 S Market St. (301) 732-4971
Vini Culture 20 N Market St. (301) 695-2816
The Monkey La La 9009 Baltimore Rd, Frederick. (301) 846-4009
There are notable public, private as well as Institutions of higher learning in the Frederick County. These schools are well equipped with modern facilities that make learning convenient. With the quality and standard of teaching in the area, completely sure that your kids will get the best academic assistance.
Frederick County Public School 191 S East St. (301) 644-5000
Trinity School of Frederick 6040 New Design Rd (301) 228-2333
Frederick Community College 7932 Opossumtown Pike (301) 846-2400
University of Maryland Extension 330 Montevue Lane (301) 600-1594
Just like every other county in the state of Maryland, the Frederick County, has diverse historical centers that attract lots of visitors and residents. Paying visit to the Brunswick Heritage Museum is never a waste of time, as there are many things to learn, in addition to the entertain and fun.
Mount Olivet Cemetery 515 S Market St. (301) 662-1164
Brunswick Heritage Museum 40 W Potomac St. (301) 834-7100
Gambrill State Park 8602 Gambrill Park Rd (301) 271-7574
The Frederick County is a nice place to live. It serves both as a fun and business destinations, with diverse attractions that offer thrill seekers with the needed adventure. The cutting edge cuisine, served up in the building of the Civil War era is a “must try” for visitors and residents in the area. There are also unique theaters, specialty shops, as well as galleries to entertain and provide comfort to everyone.
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