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ENTERTAINMENT & MUSEUMS

Stroll historic and picturesque Downtown Cumberland and you’ll discover a spectrum of arts, history and entertainment. It’s a one stop shop full of live performances, visual arts and a calendar full of events.

 

 
Allegany Allied Arts, Inc.
101 Decatur Street
David Rorabaugh, President
Phone: 371-274-4517
Email:
info@alleganyalliedarts.org
Web: www.alleganyalliedarts.org
Facebook: www.facebook.com/alleganyalliedarts

Arts event production and promotion. The AAA is the producer of annual Queen City Film Festival.

Allegany Arts Council/
The Saville Gallery

9 North Centre Street
Chris Sloan, Executive Director
Hours: Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11 am – 5 pm. Open on Sunday during the summer 11 am – 5 pm. Closed on Monday
Phone: 301-777-2787
Email: art@alleganyarts.org
Web: www.alleganyartscouncil.org
Facebook: The Allegany Arts Council
The Allegany Arts Council is a non-profit organization working to ensure that Allegany County, Maryland is "A Community Alive with the Arts!"

Allegany Museum, Inc.
3 Pershing Street
Courtney McKay, Museum Manager
Phone: 301-777-7200
Email: info@alleganymuseum.org
Web: www.alleganymuseum.org
Facebook: Allegany Museum

Allegany Museum inspires people to discover the Allegany County region's unique heritage and contribution to our Nation's development. We strive to be a national destination for heritage tourism and also to enrich the intellectual, cultural and economic life of the communities in our region through our collection, preservation, exhibition, and education programs.

Cumberland Cultural Foundation/ C. William Gilchrist Museum of the Arts
10 Washington Street
Christina Collins-Smith, President
Phone: 410-967-9112
Email: gilchristgalleryandmuseum@gmail.com
Web: www.gilchristgallery.com
The purpose of the Cumberland Cultural Foundation through the Gilchrist Gallery and Museum is to provide a public venue for the display of special exhibitions, permanent collections and cultural performances. The organization is committed to maintain and restore the historical structure and grounds at 104 Washington Street, Cumberland, Maryland and provide visual and performing arts education to the community while contributing to economic and tourism development in the area.

Cumberland Jazz Society
P.O. Box 732
Tom Harrison, President
Phone: 301-777-2717
Email: info@cumberlandjazz.com
Web: www.cumberlandjazz.com
Facebook: Cumberland Jazz Society
The Cumberland Jazz Society has been involved in the presentation of jazz in Western Maryland for over twenty years. During the past decade, the organization has increased its efforts towards attracting and supporting the presentation of some of the world’s most renowned performers to the area.

Embassy Theatre
49 Baltimore Street
Jerard Puckett, Executive Director
Phone: 240-362-7183
Email:embassytheatre@atlanticbbn.net
Facebook: www.facebook.com/embassytheatrecumberland
The Embassy Theatre is the premiere entertainment venue on the Downtown Cumberland Mall.

 

 




 

F. Brooke Whiting House/ACHS
632 Washington Street
Evan Slonaker, Director
Tours by appointment.
Please call Phone: 301-777-8678
Email: achs218@gmail.com
Web: http://thewhitinghouse.org/
Tour a unique collection left behind by a world traveler- right here in the mountains of Allegany County!

The Gordon-Roberts House/ The Allegany County Historical Society
218 Washington Street
Evan Slonaker, Director
Phone: 301-777-8678
Email: achs218@gmail.com
Web: www.gordon-robertshouse.com
Facebook: The Gordon-Roberts House; The Allegany County Historical Society
Fostering a love of history and learning through historic house museums and special events.

Heritage Days Festival
Historic Washington Street and Downtown Cumberland
Gayle Griffith, Organizer
Phone: (301) 722-0037
Email: info@heritagedaysfestival.com
Web: www.heritagedaysfestival.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/heritagedaysfestival
Heritage Days is always the first full weekend in June. Marking the traditional beginning of summer, Heritage Days has something for everyone!

Mr. Toad's Pottery
119 Baltimore Street
Carolyn Hilgeman, Owner
Hours: Thursday & Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm;
Friday, 10 am - 8 pm; Sunday, 12 noon - 4 pm
Phone: 240-362-7032
Email: mrtoad@mrtoadspottery.com
Web: www.mrtoadspottery.com
Facebook: Mr Toads Pottery
A paint your own pottery studio, which also offers fused glass, mosaics and clay (hand building).

Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter 127
17 North Liberty Street
Bob Cook, President Barbara Smith: Office Manager
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 am – 5 pm; Saturday & Sunday, Closed
Phone: 301-777-7001, 800-482-8337
Fax: 301-777-7041
Web: www.vietnamreflections.com
Museum and gift shop.

Western Maryland Scenic Railroad
13 Canal Street, Suite 303
John Garner, General Manager
Phone: 301-759-4400
Fax: 301-759-4409
Email: sco@wmsr.com
Web: www.wmsr.com
Facebook: Western Maryland Scenic Railroad
WMSR, a heritage railroad features multiple options on board “A Train from Yesteryear.” Enjoy a themed train or experience a 1940s Dining Excursion. “All food is prepared on board and service in heritage dining cars.” Be sure to visit our gift shop.

Windsor Castle Events Centre
210 S. Centre Street
Ed Mullaney, Manager
Phone: 301-722-0005
Email: ed@windsorcastleevents.com
Web: www.windsorcastleevents.com
Windsor Castle Events Centre is the perfect location for your special event. Whether it’s a small party or large gathering, “The Castle” will accommodate. If you’re looking for an elegant, unique and magical experience in a comfortable and affordable setting, you need to look no further than the Windsor Castle Events Centre. On site catering available.

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