Created By: Kristin Bowl
214 North Main St.- National Road Museum: The National Road Museum honors the nation’s first federal highway system, which was built with the intention to
expand and populate America’s untamed west. Winding its way directly through Boonsboro, the National Road paved the way for thousands of immigrants, whose
search for a better life spurred economic growth and helped unify our nation. The museum is a place for discovery, sparking a passion for American history.
This museum stands next to the last standing Trolley Station Museum in Washington County (a successful project completed by the National Road Heritage Foundation).
For more information about the museum and photos of its progress, please visit the museum’s website.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Boonsboro, Maryland Walking Tour