The Aberdeen Room Archives and Museum, Inc. is a non-profit organization located in the heart of Aberdeen, Maryland. Established in 1987, the Aberdeen Room receives, records, and displays historic documents, collections, and other contributed artifacts that chronicle and relate the social, economic, and cultural development of the greater Aberdeen area from its early beginnings, to the diverse community it is today.
The Aberdeen Room seeks to connect citizens to the rich history that is uniquely our own, sharing a growing collection of over 5000 original items that awaken an interest in local history and inspire new perspectives on today. The Aberdeen Room is open to the general public, welcoming visitors to research and enjoy our materials, share personal stories and memorabilia, discuss topics of interest, and ask questions. The Aberdeen Room is staffed by dedicated citizen volunteers, and funded through your generous gifts and donations.
The Aberdeen Room is affiliated with the Historical Society of Harford County and Aberdeen Appearance and Preservation Committee.
The Aberdeen Museum Review is now available to read online.
The Aberdeen Room is working with The Historical Society of Harford County in a restoration campaign for the B&O railroad station on West. Bel Air Avenue. Find out how you can help us with this project.
August 15, 2012 B&O Train Station Receives Variance
The temporary roof covering on the histori B&O Train Station is part of a designed plan by The Historical Society of Harford County to protect the Station's roof in an effort to control water infiltration and further damage to the structure, as it anticipates the station's relocation a few yards north of where it stands today. A variance application related to the Station's setback requirements was recently approved by the City of Aberdeen, Board of Appeals, so its relocation and renovation can move forward.Read more ...
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