Frostburg is full of rich history and places to explore. Follow one of our “4 Hours in Frostburg” itineraries to make the most of your visit.
4 Hours in Frostburg
- Catch breakfast at the local favorite diner Princess Restaurant. Sit in the “Harry Truman” booth where President Harry Truman and his wife, Bess, dined on Fathers Day 1953
- After breakfast, walk across the street to explore the ground floor Museum at the Hotel Gunter where you will find the coal mine replica, historical museum displays, and a one room jail once used while guards transported prisoners along Old Route 40.
- Once you exit the Hotel, walk to your left down to St. Michael’s Parish where you will find in the courtyard the grave and memorial of the founding family of Meshach Frost.
- Take .7 mile, 2 minute drive to the Frostburg Museum at 69 Hill Street to explore the rich history of Frostburg. (Museum operates on special hours, please call 301-689-1195)
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