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An important thing to know before you go, though: being a working brewery, you should come wearing closed-toe shoes, and children aren’t allowed. () There’s no chance of waking this sleeping giant—but there’s a high probability of getting an amazing photo.
“The Awakening” is a 15-foot-high, multi-piece sculpture of a bearded giant bursting from the ground.
Considered one of the finest small museums in the United States, the museum was established in 1931 in Hagerstown’s historic City Park, and with its stunning neo-Georgian architecture, the museum itself is a work of art.
For nearly a century, this famous waterway carried lumber, coal and crops to market; now the park is perfect for biking, hiking or exploring on a boat ride.
The horses are smaller than normal horses, but a bit more aggressive, so watch your hands (and food)—but they’re definitely a sight not to be missed.