Mobile Walking Tour Downloads

You CAN take it with you! Enhance your enjoyment of our walking tour of Historic Cumberland with these informative podcasts designed to help visitors learn more about the beautiful architecture and interesting history of our city. 

qrcode_podcastEach section of the tour is featured here as short previews. You can hear the podcast through this website by clicking on the audio link, or transfer it to your smart phone using the QR code provided here, which will load this entire page to your phone's browser.

Please stay alert to traffic conditions and pay attention to your surroundings while you listen to our narrations, they don't place you on automatic pilot!


 

Cumberland Heritage Walking Tour #1

Start with the home of of the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad at Canal Place. The C&O Canal Visitor Center and the WMSR platform combine to make an exciting first stop on your Cumberland walking tour.

Walking Tour Podcast #1

Click the play button below to hear an MP3 Audio Podcast of the first section of our Cumberland History Walking Tour.

 


 

Cumberland Heritage Walking Tour #2

The Allegany Museum features displays of memorabilia and artifacts that tell the colorful story of the Cumberland's journey from a native American fishing camp to a booming transportation hub.

Walking Tour Podcast #2

Click the play button below to hear an MP3 Audio Podcast of the second section of our Cumberland History Walking Tour.

 


 

Cumberland Heritage Walking Tour #3

Cumberland Arts and Entertainment District features a breathtaking streetscape for lovers of turn of the century architecture, along with art galleries, shops and restaurants.

Walking Tour Podcast #3

Click the play button below to hear an MP3 Audio Podcast of the third section of our Cumberland History Walking Tour.

 


 

Cumberland Heritage Walking Tour #4

Crossing Wills Creek from Downtown, Cumberland visitors can walk to the George Washington's Cabin, the National Road "Mile O" marker and learn about the history of British Fort Cumberland.

Walking Tour Podcast #4

Click the play button below to hear an MP3 Audio Podcast of the fourth section of our Cumberland History Walking Tour.

 


 

Cumberland Heritage Walking Tour #5

The C. William Gilchrist Museum of Art is a beautiful 19th century home on Prospect Square that now hosts a variety of art shows and events and is open for weekend walking tour visitors.

Walking Tour Podcast #5

Click the play button below to hear an MP3 Audio Podcast of the fifth section of our Cumberland History Walking Tour.

 


 

Cumberland Heritage Walking Tour #6

The Gordon-Roberts House is the home of the Allegany County Historical Society and is open Tuesday through Sunday year-round to share their Victorian era collections with walking tour visitors.

Walking Tour Podcast #6

Click the play button below to hear an MP3 Audio Podcast of the sixth section of our Cumberland History Walking Tour.

 


 

Cumberland Heritage Walking Tour #7

Walking up the hill between the 300 and 700 block of the Washington Street Historic District is a delight for lovers of Victorian design and early 20 century residential architecture.

Walking Tour Podcast #7

Click the play button below to hear an MP3 Audio Podcast of the seventh section of our Cumberland History Walking Tour.

 


 

Cumberland Heritage Walking Tour #8

The Cumberland Heritage Walking Tour podcasts end at the F. Brooke Whiting House of Art, a charming bungalow filled with the amazing art and book collection of world traveling Cumberland native.

Walking Tour Podcast #8

Click the play button below to hear an MP3 Audio Podcast of the eighth section of our Cumberland History Walking Tour.