National Road Heritage Foundation | National Road Museum
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.
National Road, Museum, Boonsboro, National Road Heritage Foundation, Washington County, Maryland, Nora Roberts, Trolley, South Mountain, exhibits, Bruce Wilder, George Messner, Richard Keesecker, Vickie Messner, Doug Bast, John L. Kendall, Allen Weller
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National Road Museum

COMMEMORATING THE ROAD THAT LED TO AMERICA'S FUTURE

OUR STORY
Boonsboro, The Town & The Road That Changed Your Life.
Our museum will be unique, and will tell a story.
National Road Heritage Foundation in Boonsboro

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

 

The National Road paved the way for hundreds of thousands of industrial immigrants, who’s search for a better life’s spurred economic growth and help unify our fledgling nation.

 

The museum will be a dramatic place for discovery and imagination
sparking a passion for American history.

 

This museum will stand next to the last standing Trolley Station Museum in Washington County (A successful project completed by the National Road Heritage Foundation)

PROGRESS

The exterior restoration and the interior of the building are complete.


Additional interior progress photos can be seen in the photo gallery below.

NATIONAL ROAD MUSEUM PLANS
National Road Museum