Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Monday, April 9, 2018

Community Activities and Events on April 14th

Fun activities - in addition to visiting Schifferstadt - that are happening on April 14th... 

Community Trash Clean-Up:  From 9am - 12noon. Help with a volunteer trash cleanup event behind the museum on Saturday, April 14th from 9am-noon. This is part of Alice Ferguson Foundation's Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup. We will be meeting behind the museum and dispersing to Baker Park and Waterford Park from there.

Schifferstadt's Bell & History Day:  Open 12noon - 4pm for Bell & History Day! Come tour the museum and - make a lavender sachet to celebrate spring!

The Catoctin Furnace Historical Society, Inc.: Open from 11 am to 3 pm.  This coincides with traditional Bell and History Day!

Catoctin Furnace Historical Society, Inc.

Historic Steiner House: It's Steiner Second Saturday on Saturday, April 14th from 2-5.   Free tours are available to the public.  At 3:30 the Mount Saint Mary's Flute Choir will perform. Please come and visit one of Frederick's oldest and beautiful homes - 211 years old and built by Stephen Steiner who also built the Trinity Spire; (for years Schifferstadt was owned by Steiner). 

Historic Steiner House, 368 W Patrick Street

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Schifferstadt's Bell and History Day is April 14th

Tour this historic house built in 1758 and learn about the family who built it and their way of living. 
Visitors may make lavender sachets to celebrate spring! Hours: 12noon—4pm.
Free - Donations are appreciated. 

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Schifferstadt Stays Busy During Winter

The Schifferstadt Museum will open for the season on April 14, 2018 for Bell & History Day, 12noon - 4pm. After that the museum is open Saturdays and Sundays 1pm - 4pm for tours. 

We accommodate tours by appointment quite easily with some notice.

Mark your calendars for Barnstormers Tour - June 9th, 2018.

Pictured here are kids from the YMCA for a special group tour that took place in January. We divided one large group into smaller groups. Here docents, Bernie and Beth, speak to the young visitors about the Brunners who built the house - and show the interesting arched ceiling under the chimney on the 2nd level.