Created By: Kristin Bowl
9 Saint Paul St.- Red Men’s Hall: This structure was built in 1828 as a Methodist church and served as a
hospital during the Civil War. It was purchased by the Red Men’s Lodge in 1909, and another floor was added for meetings. The first floor was later rented out as a movie theater. The adjoining building, built in the Colonial
Revival style, was originally the fire hall. Later it housed the town library on the first floor and the Boonsboro Town Hall on the second floor.
Our walking tour ends here, but we encourage you to check out 4 other sites within 3 miles of the main square. Proceed to stop #35 - Old South Mountain Inn. Head south on Main Street/Rt 40A up to the top of South Mountain and turn right into the parking lot of the inn.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Boonsboro, Maryland Walking Tour