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Visit Hagerstown CVB

www.visithagerstown.com

Located along I-81, Hagerstown, MD is less than ninety minutes from Baltimore and Washington, DC. Known as the Crossroads of the Civil War, we are rich in scenic and historic attractions. Home to Antietam National Battlefield, we are an easy Hub N’ Spoke location for Gettysburg and Harper’s Ferry. There is much to do here – shop at Hagerstown Premium Outlets, visit our Museum of Fine arts and take in dinner and a show in our Arts & Entertainment District! Sip our wines surrounded by the beautiful scenic vistas of the Allegheny Mountains. See a minor league baseball game with a catered picnic on site. There’s more than you can imagine, right here in Hagerstown & Washington County, MD!

Contact Information:

Audrey Vargason, Director of Sales
16 Public Sq
Hagerstown, MD 21740-5511

Phone: Toll Free: 888-257-2600, ext. 15

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