The Odenton Heritage Society Museum takes visitors on a 150-year journey from the first steam railroad in this area in the 1840s to the Nevamar plastics factory in the 1940s and more recent times. Permanent exhibits and A-V programs show how Odenton grew from a railroad crossing to a thriving town that supported the movement of trains.
Exhibit sections include:
Changing exhibits present topics of special interest. Our current exhibit is "Before Perry's: Restaurants in Odenton," the story of four popular restaurants that have stood on the site of Perry's on Route 175.
Admission is free. For hours and special events, click here.