National Road Heritage Foundation | Preserving The Past While Promoting The Future
The National Road Heritage Foundation is responsible for ensuring that future generations have an appreciation and understanding of Boonsboro and South Mountain Region history. The promotion of local heritage, preservation of historical and cultural perspective be available to all. To collect, restore, present and preserve numerous artifacts through exhibits, programs and special events for the local community, Washington County, and visitors to the State of Maryland.
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National Road Heritage Foundation in Boonsboro Maryland
National Road Museum - Historic Highway
National Road Heritage Foundation in Boonsboro, Maryland
National Road Heritage Foundation Photo in Boonsboro Maryland

PRESERVING THE PAST
WHILE PROMOTING THE FUTURE

We Need You!  We need your support.  Make a difference.  Your donation will preserve our National Road’s history.  Compelling museum exhibits will serve to educate thousands of people for years to come.  Be part of this exciting investment in American history.

Donate to The National Road Heritage Foundation

Please click the image below to visit our exhibit concept of the National Road Museum.

National Road Museum Exterior Drawing

NATIONAL ROAD MUSEUM

The National Road Museum will honor the nation’s first federal highway intended to expand and populate America’s untamed west.

TROLLEY STATION MUSEUM

The last standing trolley station in Washington County.

NATIONAL ROAD MUSEUM PLANS

National Road Museum