Historic Ellicott Properties 4100 College Ave, Ellicott City, MD21043 Founded in 1972, Historic Ellicott Properties has been selling and leasing residential, business and medical spaces in…More the area. Historic Ellicott Properties works with institutions such as Sheppard Pratt Health System, Maryland Alternative Care and Howard County's Halfway House.
The Ellicott City Historic District lies at the heart of Ellicott City's Main Street. In 1772, Joseph, John and…More Andrew Ellicott purchased 700 acres of land along the Patapsco River. They created grist mills and exported wheat and other goods along the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Today, the district is home to all kinds shops selling antiques, clothing, hand-made jewelry, accessories, candy, toys, wine and more. In addition, there is a nice selection of restaurants and bars. The Ellicott City Historic District has a rich history.
Courthouse Square Office Complex 3525 Ellicott Mills Dr, Ellicott City, MD21043 Just within walking distance from historic downtown Ellicott City is the Courthouse Square Office Complex. Since the…More early 1980s, the complex has been providing office space for Ellicott City establishments. The 40,000 square-foot complex is made up of four, three- to four-story buildings and an interconnected brick-laden courtyard.
Ellicott Mills Brewing Company 8308 Main St, Ellicott City, MD21043 Ellicott Mills is a great place to meet friends to watch the game, meet up after a softball game…More and drink some beers or for your Friday night date. The food is great and the atmosphere is fun. It is located on Historic Main Street in Ellicott City.
Reyes Jewelry Exchange 8186 Main St, Ellicott City, MD21043 Reyes Jewelry Exchange on Main Street in Historic Ellicott City buys gold, silver and diamonds. A valid driver's license…More is required to sell jewelry.
Ellicott's Country Store 8180 Main St, Ellicott City, MD21043 Step through the door of this old stone house and find yourself in 19th century Ellicott City where furnishings, home…More accessories and 19th century memorabilia are preserved and available for sale. The family-run business is located in the historic Early American Walker-Chandler house, where its four floors showcase home-life vignettes and collectibles.
The Ellicott City B&O Railroad Station Museum is dedicated to preserving the legacy and experience of American…More railroading, and to educate, interpret and present its history to its audience. The museum's collection contains numerous artifacts pertaining to the railroading industry's long history. The museum also concerns itself with preserving, documenting and presenting representative objects, skills and communal records from all facets of the railroad industry. Ellicott City B&O Railroad Station Museum is located in historic downtown Ellicott City along the oldest railway line in the US.
Hebron House 2331 Calvin Cir, Ellicott City, MD21042 Located in Ellicott City, Hebron House is a historic site built in the early 19th century. Once home to Judge Thomas…More Beale Dorsey, a pivotal figure in the petition of the Constitutional Convention to grant Howard County status, the Hebron House today stands as a historic landmark owned by Mount Hebron Presbyterian Church. This site presently hosts private functions and events.
Howard County Historical Society 8324 Court Ave, Ellicott City, MD21043 Howard County Historical Society is a volunteer-run organization maintaining a library and museum dedicated to the…More history of Howard County and its citizens. The museum is housed in an 1837-era church and features a variety of historical artifacts. The museum opened in 1988, occupying the former Ellicott Mills Quaker School. Visit the Howard County Historical Society Web site for upcoming events, membership and volunteer information.
Out of Our Past Antiques 8111 Main St, Ellicott City, MD21043 Out of Our Past Antiques is a quaint little store nestled on Main Street in historic Ellicott City. It has many items…More for you to choose from, but also offer to "keep an eye out" for anything special you are looking for. Hours vary depending on auctions and other various events, so give them a call before stopping by.