Hagerstown City Park
The Jonathan Hager House is a historical
site that was built in 1739. This was the home, trading post, fort, and
blacksmith shop for Hagerstown's founder. The Jonathan Hager Museum has
many artifacts including the symbol for Hagerstown "Little Heiskell", the
1769 Hessian soldier weather vane.
||Hagerstown City Park has a variety of different attractions
including: the Jonathan Hager House and Museum, the Washington County Museum
of Fine Arts, a band shell and steam engine, softball fields, a concession
stand, and a variety of waterfowl at its three man-made lakes.
City Park is a family environment. Picnics are a popular activity
at the park's pavilions, softball games are common at its fields, and
snacks are available at the concession stand. But one activity enjoyed
by many visitors is to feed dry corn to the ducks, geese, and all of the
other different waterfowl. Come visit the City Park at Hagerstown's South
End between Virginia Ave. and the railroad yard.
|The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts has a collection
of fine arts ranging from Old Masters to modern works. This sixty year-old
museum also displays pieces by national and local artists but is mainly
known for its nineteenth century American Art.
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