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“Beautiful and peaceful. ”

Jerusalem Mill and Village
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Owner description: Once the heart of a bustling Quaker settlement in the 18th and 19th centuries, the 230-year old Jerusalem Mill is now a Museum and Visitor Center.
Reviewed 22 February 2017 via mobile

I enjoy visiting here. The museums, giftshop/old general store, black smith shop, nature trails are very cool and informative to experience. Great picnic area and fishing areas too. Don't forget to visit the old historic (and haunted) Jericho Covered Bridge!

1  Thank Jason P
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Reviewed 26 January 2017

I learned to blacksmith here! The volunteer group that are the caretakers this place do a wonderful job. There are horse trails and a river runs through it! If you bring a dog you MUST keep them on a leash because of the horses!

Thank Darin D
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Reviewed 12 January 2017

This is an authentic mill and surrounding buildings. with a small interesting exhibits, a working blacksmith forge with a knowledgeable blacksmith in attendence. ( The blacksmith is not always present thought as this is a volunteer position), and a tiny gift shop that also had some cold drinks. We spent about 2 hours there walking trails around the mill and checking out the builds. About a 1/2 mile away is a covered bridge....

1  Thank Copperman1
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Reviewed 5 November 2016

The covered bridge is one of the few still left in Maryland and the village has events scheduled throughout the year to include a throw-back baseball game late in summer. The staff in the County Park Office are very helpful and maps are available of the local trails. Great place to park and start a hike or a run. Very fun and educational place to bring the kids or a school outing. Pets must be on leashes.

Thank Blubusdrvr
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Reviewed 6 August 2016 via mobile

I love coming here to do photos! Always great results. So many textures to choose from with beautiful red bar colors done walls grassy fields. It's wonderful for picnics too!

Thank Mindy K
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