208 North Main Street
Berlin, MD 21811
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Carefully restored early 19th century house located in Berlin's National Register Historic District. The main block of the house is furnished as a house museum with local period pieces, reproduced graining, carpet and floor cloths. A west wing gallery displays local memorabilia in changing exhibits.
"Images of the Past: Berlin 1900-1950" - photographs and other memorabilia depicting life in Berlin during the first half of the 20th century.
"The Race of the Century" - images of the Seabiscuit/War Admiral horse race including the local Riddle Farm where War Admiral and Man o'War trained.
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