The Aberdeen Historical Museum collects, records, preserves, and shares historical archives and artifacts that tell the story of the greater Aberdeen, Maryland area to awaken an interest in local history and to inspire new perspectives on the present.
Established in 1987
The Aberdeen Historical Museum (previously known as the Aberdeen Room Archives and Museum, Inc.) is a small nonprofit 501(c)(3) museum in Aberdeen, Maryland. The Museum connects the Aberdeen community with the area’s rich history to awaken an interest in local history and to inspire new perspectives on the world we live in today.
The Museum is open to the public on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10-1 and on Saturdays from 11-2. We welcome you to stop by to visit our exhibitions, conduct research, and share your stories. The Aberdeen Historical Museum is largely run by volunteers and funded through your generous gifts and donations. Please consider supporting our mission by volunteering, donating, or becoming a member today!
The Aberdeen Historical Museum has been assisted by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council through the Harford County Cultural Arts Board. We are grateful for their support.