You really are walking through the pages of history at Pry House Field Hospital Museum in Maryland.
Located on the Antietam National Battlefield, the Pry House Field Hospital Museum tells the story of a home that became the headquarters and a hospital during the single bloodiest day in US history: September 17, 1862.
This was a day during the Battle of Antietam, which raged within view of this property belonging to the Pry family. It was decisions that were made on this very property that shaped the lives of the soldiers, surgeons and civilians.
Do you want to learn about emergency medicine evolved during the Civil War and impacted the soldiers? Then a visit here is a must!
The Pry House Field Hospital Museum also hosts fascinating events across the year, just as living history weekends, and events that spotlight specific notable figures that lived the battle
A great insight into such an infamous moment in US history, the Pry House Field Hospital Museum is where history comes to life through seeing, feeling, smelling, and learning, which is so much more than kids could get out of reading a book. Visit and learn first hand, on the very spot that history happened!
Free for members
Parking for cars, vans, and motor coaches is available in front of the barn.
Photography is welcome, just turn off your flash.
No food or drink is permitted in the property, but you can always grab something in the area or take food to enjoy after your visit
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They are proud to offer interactive tours for groups of 10+ at discounted rates for learners of all ages, and their excellent education staff will work with you to make your group tour experience a memorable and rewarding one.
NPS considers the site to be handicap accessible.
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11am - 5pm:
Open Thursday to Sunday from May to October, then weekends from November to December 1
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