• Monocacy National Battlefield, Best Farm

    Monocacy

    National Battlefield Maryland

Photos & Multimedia

Monocacy iPad App

"There's an App for That!" The free Monocacy National Battlefield iPad app is available through the Apple App Store.

 
Social Media

Monocacy National Battlefield goes social! We're now on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Flickr.

 

AUDIO / VIDEO PRESENTATIONS

Explore the rich history of the Monocacy region and the Battle that was fought here on July 9, 1864 through our series of audio presentations. These MP3-formated audio files provide detail that spans from prehistory to current events. Listen online, or download to your favorite player to bring on your next visit.

Check out our new video tours of selected historic buildings around the park. Also, the energy of recent park events is captured through staff video. Take a look!

 
Gambrill Mill ca. 1893

Gambrill Mill ca. 1893

PHOTO GALLERIES

Historic Properties

Enjoy a stroll through history to see how the various resources that comprise Monocacy National Battlefield have changed through time. more...

 
Lieutenant George Davis

Lieutenant George Davis, Medal of Honor recipient

Soldiers at Monocacy

View a collection of portraits of soldiers who fought at the Battle of Monocacy or passed through the area during regional campaigns. more...

 
Park Events

Park Events

Throughout the year, Monocacy National Battlefield hosts events such as Park Day and the Battle Anniversary commemoration. View a collection of photographs taken at these events showing volunteers at work and Civil War soldiering on display. more...

 
Worthington House, exterior restoration completed in 2004.

Worthington House, exterior restoration completed in 2004.

Restoration, Rehabilitation, and Construction Projects

A number of projects are underway at Monocacy National Battlefield, including restoration and rehabilitation of the park's historic structures as well as construction of a new battlefield visitor center at Best Farm. more...

Did You Know?

Early Park Plan

Monocacy National Battlefield was created by an act of Congress in 1934, but did not open to the public until 1991. More...