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Over 50 years of preservation!
Landmarks is proud to offer fun, cultural events throughout the year for all ages. In addition, we invite you to step inside Schifferstadt. This special home, once destined to be demolished to make way for a gas station, was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2017. Find out what makes it so unique!
Frederick County Landmarks Foundation, a private non-profit organization founded in 1972, promotes the preservation of historic sites, structures, natural landmarks, and communities of Frederick County, Maryland, and strives to increase knowledge and appreciation of them. To further its educational mission, FCLF not only holds special events that provide the public with a window to Frederick’s historic past, but also shares the knowledge of other historical places in Frederick.
Museum tour guides, gardeners, event staff, office help...Landmarks runs on volunteer power! All types of jobs, for all ages. FCLF is a private non-profit organization and receives no tax dollars from the City or County of Frederick. We rely on your donations and support to keep the lights on. All are welcome to become part of this educational and cultural organization that helps promote preservation and history of Frederick County.
Videos and Books from Landmarks
Join us on a virtual tour of this unique home with expert Joe Lubozynski. Its early history is brought to life through portrayals of Susannah Beatty (Anita Beatty-Hoffman) and Judge Thomas Beatty (Douglas Claytor). Production by Reiner Prochaska.
The Brunners' Journey to Maryland
Filmed at Schifferstadt, Reiner Prochaska portrays "The Story of Joseph Brunner,” with family descendants Boyce Rensberger and Jennie Russell.
Shutter Dogs & Boot Scrapers:
A walk through Old Frederick
A Guide to the Basics of Historic Buildings
"I’ve lived in Frederick my entire life...
but reading your book gave me new insight
to the historical buildings downtown."
Available for purchase at Curious Iguana Bookstore in downtown Frederick.