Miller House Museum

135 W. Washington St., Hagerstown, MD 21740 - United States

301-797-8782

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The Miller House Museum is an 1825 brick townhouse that was built by prominent Hagerstown attorney, William Price. The museum allows visitors to experience what life would have been like for the Prices and their household staff during the 1820s and 30s, and features a number of decorative arts and local history collections.

Exhibits

Special Smithsonian Institution Exhibition: Water/Ways
The Washington County Historical Society will be hosting the traveling Smithsonian Institution exhibition, Water/Ways, as a part of the Museum on Main Street program. Tour an interactive display that highlights the many roles water plays in our lives. A companion exhibit on life on the C&O Canal, created by the Washington County Historical Society, will be on display also.

1825 Historic Home and Garden

Silver Collection

Tall Case Clock Collection

Civil War Collection

Military Collection
Ranging from Revolutionary War to World War II

Bell Shenandoah Pottery Collection

Location

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