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Museum ramble crosses Washington County

May 01, 2008|By TIFFANY ARNOLD

History buffs, train lovers, art lovers and education fans have a place on the Washington County Museum Ramble, which starts Saturday, May 3. The ramble, in its fifth year, is a self-guided, two-day tour of Washington County museums and historical sites.

There are 14 sites on the tour this year, including two new sites, Hagerstown's City Farmers Market and Woodmont Lodge, a former rod and gun club that occasionally served as a presidential retreat.

At each location, ramblers can pick up a "passport," which gets stamped at each venue they visit. They'll drop off their passports wherever they end their journeys. All the passports will be collected and entered into a drawing, organizers said.

Here's the list of participants to help you find your way on the ramble:

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