Cumberland

Located in a river valley in “Mountain Maryland” – the Appalachians in Allegany County – Cumberland is an historic town (27 listings in the National Register of Historic Places) that has evolved into a vibrant arts community.

Cumberland’s Town Centre is comprised of a three-block pedestrian mall with adjacent side streets and offers fine dining, unique shops, stylish living and blossoming artist colony, all housed in significant turn-of-the-century architecture.

Canal Place Heritage Area, at the western end of the C&O Canal, showcases the heritage of this former railroad hub. It also features an enticing mix of retail, galleries and recreation. Boat rides on the canal and excursions aboard an old-time train powered by a steam locomotive are available from Canal Place.

The “Trestle Walk” at Canal Place connects the restored Western Maryland Railway Station – home of the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad and the Allegany County Visitor Center – with the C&O Canal Tow Path, where you can begin an invigorating hike or bike ride.

 

 

Contact Cumberland Main Street

Jennifer Light

Cumberland Main Street

57  North Liberty Street

Cumberland, MD 21502

(301) 759-6443

jennifer.light@cumberlandmd.gov

www.downtowncumberland.com

 

 

 

 

Click above to view the Cumberland Road Trip feature article from Maryland Life Magazine.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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