Downtown Frederick

Historic, lively, and unique, this town is steeped in history.

Welcome to Downtown Frederick

Historic, lively, and unique, this town is steeped in history.
 
With over 200 shops, galleries, and restaurants, Downtown Frederick certainly has personality. A quaint small town steeped in Civil War history, the area features a 40-block historic district and a calendar full of community events.
 
Abundant in parks and rich in well-preserved architecture, Downtown Frederick boasts plenty of antique shops, a thriving arts scene, and several museums. Located less than one hour from Washington, D.C., you can tour a battlefield, visit a craft brewery and dine on contemporary American cuisine all in one day. 
 
It’s scenic here, filled with mountain views and many hiking trails. A vibrant Main Street vibe complements the views nicely.
 

What to Love

  • The historic district
  • A range of community events
  • Thriving arts scene
  • Eclectic mix of restaurants

People & Lifestyle

There is a mix of families and young professionals in Downtown Frederick, as well as a strong student population and art/music culture.
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

American eats reign supreme in Downtown Frederick. At the Tasting Room, steak, shrimp, lamb, and lobster are accompanied by an extensive wine list. Wine Kitchen features a menu designed with wine pairings in a rustic-chic bistro setting. Truffle fries, crab soup, and a garlic steak salad are served at JoJo’s Restaurant & Taphouse, which also specializes in live music and lots of craft beer. Nearby shopping destinations include Relish Decor, where you can find vintage-inspired housewares, kitchenwares, and decor.
 

Things to Do

Festivals and community events dominate the Downtown Frederick social calendar: In the Streets, hosted in September, closes off busy street blocks to traffic, replacing it with live entertainment and a sampling of local food and wares. Fire in Ice, hosted every February, showcases ice sculptures and live ice carvings, as well as fire performers. Attendees enjoy an Ice Bar on the Creek and s’mores and hot chocolate stations. The Great Frederick Fair exists to promote agriculture, which has a rich history in Frederick. At Baker Park, a 58-acre space located in the heart of Historic Downtown Frederick, there is an annual July 4th Independence Day celebration and a summer concert series.
 

Schools

Hood College maintains a picturesque campus in Downtown Frederick. This small-college environment offers a mix of liberal arts and professional studies with a concentration in experiential learning. The college boasts more than 23,000 graduates worldwide.

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