All About Frederick

Frederick County is a wonderful, extremely diverse community of 200,000, which offers everything you could find in a big city while still retaining a welcoming small-town atmosphere.

Frederick City is Maryland’s second-largest city (behind Baltimore) and boasts a beautiful historic Main Street downtown with unusual shops, outstanding restaurants, an Arts district, bed and breakfasts, live theater, one of the best collections of antique shops in the mid-Atlantic, and street after street of beautiful 18th, 19th and early 20th Century homes.

Frederick is 40 miles west of Washington and Baltimore, and has been a major crossroads of history, especially during the Civil War. Armies of the North and the South passed through Frederick many times on their way to battles at Antietam, South Mountain and Gettysburg. The Battle of the Monocacy, fought a few miles southeast of Frederick city, was a pivotal fight that could have changed the course of the war if the South had been able to cross the river and march on Washington. Visit the TOURISM website here for more on Frederick’s history, and after you get here, visit the TOURISM center and take the walking tour, go to the National Civil War Medicine Museum, and walk the streets that Francis Scott Key walked.

Home to many major industries, Frederick County is a rapidly growing economic and high-tech center. The Chamber’s web site will have much information on businesses in Frederick. The County’s largest employer is Ft. Detrick, which, along with its military and national communications functions, is base for the National Cancer Institute and the United States Army Medical Research & Materiel Command.
Academically, Frederick County has Hood College, consistently ranked as one of the best Liberal Arts Colleges in the country, Frederick Community College, and Mount Saint Mary’s University.

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