Maps and Directions
Antrim 1844 is located within easy reach of three major metropolitan areas; Philadelphia PA, Baltimore MD and Washington DC. Located approximately 15 minutes from Gettysburg’s Civil War battlefields, Frederick, Westminster and Hanover; Antrim is in an area rich in history and varied attractions.
Beltway 695 to Exit 19, 795 North. Exit onto Route 140 West. Go through Westminster to Taneytown traffic circle. Continue on Route 140 by turning right from the circle. Follow approximately 1 mile into Taneytown. Just beyond Sheetz gas station, turn left on Trevanion Road. Proceed 150 feet and turn right at the first set of brick pillars.
Beltway 495 to I-270 West toward Frederick. Take Route 15 North toward Gettysburg. Go to Route 140 East toward Taneytown. In Taneytown, go through the stoplight and over the railroad tracks. In 1/8 mile the road splits; bear right on Trevanion Road. Proceed 150 feet and turn right at the first set of brick pillars.
Pennsylvania Turnpike to Harrisburg. Take Route 15 South. Go approximately 35 miles to Route 140 East toward Taneytown. In Taneytown, go through the stoplight and over the railroad tracks. In 1/8 mile the road splits; bear right on Trevanion Road. Proceed 150 feet and turn right at the first set of brick pillars.
About Taneytown, MD
The small village of Taneytown, nestled at the foothills of the Catoctin Mountains in Central Maryland, has witnessed two and a half centuries of American history. The settlement’s beginnings date to 1754 when it was founded on a 7,900 acre tract of land. By the end of the century, Taneytown was a bustling community that supported craftsmen of various trades. The most famous native son of the region in undoubtedly lawyer, poet and author of the Star Spangled Banner, Francis Scott Key.
With the outbreak of the Civil War, Taneytown sent 75 of the districts 500 residents to the battle; few returned. The war had a drastic impact on the country, and the area did not flourish again until the arrival of the railroad in 1871.
By the late 19th century, the region rebounded to become a small business hub with three cigar factories, a carriage maker’s shop, two warehouses, a stream flour mill and two banks. With new prosperity, many of the structures of the town were replaced with Victorian edifices. Today, the quaint charm and history of Taneytown continue to attract visitors from near and far.
For more information on Taneytown, the town which Antrim calls home, please visit the City of Taneytown website by clicking here.
Antrim 1844 is located 12 miles from Westminster, MD; 23 miles from Frederick MD; 15 miles from Hanover, PA; and 13 miles from Gettysburg.