Rockville, MD Tourist Attractions
The history of Rockville dates back to 1776 when irate citizens threatened to cut of trade with England unless the tea tax was lifted. A branch of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad came to the city in 1873 and it soon became a resort city for Washingtonians who built Victorian homes and hotels.Rockville is now the second largest city in Maryland.
The Beall-Dawson House is a restored 1815 Federal style home furnished in period. The daily life and culture of the Bealls and their slaves are presented along with displays related to the War of 1812, architecture, the early history of Montgomery County, tobacco farming and medicine.
Address: 111 West Montgomery Avenue, Rockville, MD 20850-4212, United States
Opening hours: 12pm-4pm; Closed: Mon, Tue
Entrance fee in USD: Adult $5.00, Senior $3.00, Child $3.00, Child 5 & under FREE
Stonestreet Museum of 19th Century Medicine
Glenview Mansion is a 19th century home located on the grounds of the Rockville Civic Center Park. This historic home houses the Mansion Art Gallery featuring original oil paintings and antique curios, and period furniture.
Montgomery County Historical Society
The Montgomery County Historical Society operates several historical homes and well as a library. The extensive library and archival collection documents the history of Montgomery County from early settler to present day.
F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald Burial Place
Famed author, F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda are buried at St. Mary's Church.
Imagine That! Discovery Museum for Children
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