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Laurel Museum

817 Main St, Laurel, MD 20707-3429
+1 301-725-7975
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Great WWI exhibit showing now

We stopped by to see the new WWI exhibit on how the local area helped soldiers for the war. Learn... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2017
TiaPatrol
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Laurel, Maryland, United States
Beautiful community museum

This is a tiny museum that is great to go to if you happen to be in town. It is free to go to and... read more

Reviewed 23 September 2016
Amanonda
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Jacksonville, Florida
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“cotton mill” (2 reviews)
“main street” (2 reviews)
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817 Main St, Laurel, MD 20707-3429
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+1 301-725-7975
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Reviewed 14 February 2017

We stopped by to see the new WWI exhibit on how the local area helped soldiers for the war. Learn quite a bit of local history, saw photos and read about what soldiers said on how they were treated by the people of Laurel.

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Reviewed 23 September 2016 via mobile

This is a tiny museum that is great to go to if you happen to be in town. It is free to go to and features exhibits that people have donated from the town of Laurel. The museum changes its displays annually. It has a...More

Thank Amanonda
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Well worth the trip and it was free. Learned a lot about the town and life between Baltimore and Washington. Staff especially friendly. Check on line for hours.

Thank Ann W
Reviewed 30 April 2016

The Laurel Museum is a former mill workers duplex built by Horace Capron, around 1840. It was later restored by the City of Laurel as a museum. It and a lot of the surrounding houses were workers dwellings for the nearby cotton mill. Ample on...More

1  Thank Patrick S
Reviewed 11 November 2015

Nothing special .is. Free. Not interesting. Free parking no food to buy. Is 45min from. Dc And 30 min . Airport

Thank Bengera
Reviewed 29 July 2015

Have gone several times and loved it every time. Have different displays at certain times. They also sponsor a holiday house tour every other year that is just amazing and so much fun

1  Thank Michele S
Reviewed 25 November 2014

While visiting here, talk to the hosts. They are so informed and charming. If you're not afraid to engage them, which they love, you will very much enjoy your visit here.

1  Thank O_Jolene
Reviewed 16 January 2014

This is one of those "cool little places" in the area that add so much charm to a visit here. The Historians are very interesting and proud of the History behind Laurel.

2  Thank OpinionatedOldGuy
Reviewed 27 August 2013

Withall of the urban blight in the Washington-Baltimore Corridor we forget the history before subways and subdivisions. Great photo archive

Thank Terpreb
Reviewed 29 July 2013

I am a docent at the Laurel Museum. There are facts and exhibits about Laurel during the civil war. The museum is located in an old mill workers stone house. Laurel was a mill town and this house housed four families. There is also a...More

2  Thank 1216Jane
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