OHS Reopening and Odenton Celebrating 150 Years! Come and Join Us!
August 1 |1:00 PM - 4:00 PMFree
The Odenton Heritage Society will mark Odenton’s 150th anniversary reopening our museum during our Open House on Sunday, August 1, 2021.
It was on August 2, 1871 that the U. S. Post Office Department established the Odenton post office at a new railroad junction under construction near the present MARC station. Trains began running through the junction on July, 1872, and Odenton’s identity – a railroad town named for Baltimore and Potomac Railroad President Oden Bowie – was complete.
The OHS Museum presents more than 150 years of local history through objects, photographs, and A-V programs in a restored 1912 building located at 1367 Odenton Road.
Hours are from 1PM – 4PM. Admission is free. Wearing a mask if you have been vaccinated is your choice though encourage, a mask is required if you have not been vaccinated.
We’re excited to open again and we hope to see you there!