Things To Do
Monocacy National Battlefield Visitor Center
The interactive and multimedia exhibits located on the second floor of the Visitor Center include numerous vignettes which take the visitor to important locations related to the Battle as well as electronic maps, historical artifacts and interpretive displays of the Battle of Monocacy. A bookstore also offers literature which provides in-depth discussions of the Civil War and the Battle of Monocacy as well as memorabilia for sale.
Auto Tour and Walking Trails
Stop at the visitor center for directions to the Best Farm parking area, Worthington Farm Trails, Thomas Farm Trails and Gambrill Mill Trail. Also, pick up a map and guide for the Auto Tour of the battlefield area with directions to the five monuments. more...
Programs & Activities
Programs vary throughout the year. Programs are offered by rangers and at special events in coordination with Living History volunteers. more...
Did You Know?
Monocacy National Battlefield was created by an act of Congress in 1934, but did not open to the public until 1991. More...