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Lighting up Western Md.

MAP: Jerome Cookson - The Washington Post
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GORDON-ROBERTS HOUSE

Cap off a museum tour of the 19th-century mansion, the former home of shipping bosses, with a free cup of tea.

218 Washington St., Cumberland, Md.
301-777-8678
gordon-robertshouse.com
$7

2

EMMANUEL PARISH CHURCH

Modeled after a medieval English church, the historical building sits on the ruins of Fort Cumberland, a British fortress during the French and Indian War.

16 Washington St., Cumberland, Md.
301-777-3364
www.emmanuelparish.ang-md.org

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CURTIS' CONEY ISLAND FAMOUS WIENERS

The restaurant's meat-sauce-topped hot dog has withstood the tastes of time; the recipe dates back 91 years.

35 N. Liberty St., Cumberland, Md.
301-759-9707

4

M&M BAKE SHOP

Fill your stockings or belly with tasty cakes shaped as snowmen, Christmas trees and penguins.

80 Baltimore St., Cumberland, Md.
301-722-2660

5

CUMBERLAND TOWN CENTER

A giant lighted Christmas tree and a mailbox with delivery to the North Pole spruce up the town center.

Baltimore and Centre streets, Cumberland, Md.

6

OXFORD HOUSE

Enjoy a (k)night out at this castle-themed restaurant, with a pub and a dining room called the Abbey.

129 Baltimore St., Cumberland, Md.
301-777-7101
www.oxfordhouserestaurant.com

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FORT CUMBERLAND EMPORIUM

The kitsch of Christmas past haunts this gifts-packed antiques shop.

55 Baltimore St., Cumberland, Md.
301-722-4500
www.fortcumberlandemporium.com

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ROCKY GAP STATE PARK

It's the season of giving: The "Mountain Reflections" holiday light show benefits the Western Potomac chapter of the American Red Cross.

12500 Pleasant Valley Rd. Flintstone, Md.
301-722-1480
website
Open nightly 6-9:30 p.m.; closes Jan. 1. $7 per car.

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