From 1904 to 1938, the Sykesville Colored Schoolhouse, a one-room schoolhouse about a quarter mile from Main Street, was where all the African-American children of the area were taught, from kindergarten up. Scheduled for demolition a number of times after it had been abandoned, the schoolhouse was finally saved in the 90s. Restored to its original furnished appearance, the building has been converted into a museum and also houses an afternoon homework club.
This Old Train Station In Maryland Is Now A Restaurant And It's Delightful
Actually enjoying getting my Masters Degree here because of the friendly, caring staff and student body. Once named Western Maryland College, it's name change identifies it more as a private liberal arts college that should be visited, just for it's scenic beauty.