Introduction to Westminster, Maryland
The community of Westminster was founded in 1764 and was officially incorporated as a city in the year 1818. Currently, it holds a seat on Carroll county, which was created in 1837 by merging areas from counties such as the Baltimore and Frederick. The city was named after the Westminster in London, England.
Westminster and nearby Attractions
- Hashawha Tower
- Wakefield Valley Golf Club
- Caroll county Farm Museum
- Union Mills Homestead
- Codorus State Park
Things To Do In Westminster
The Caroll County Farm Museum, The Hashawha Environmental Center, the Hashawha Tower, the Wakefield Valley Golf Club and the Bear Creek Golf Course are located in the city. In addition, the city celebrates a number of festivals such as the Maryland Wine Festival, Peach Festival, and Surf and Turf Festival.
Baltimore-Washington International Airport is the closest airport to the city.
Westminster Higher Education
Higher education is available at Western Maryland College, and Carroll Community College. Nearby is the Gettysburg College.