Our own (Emmy Award winning producer), Frank Batavick is doing a Box Lunch Talk (BLT) at noon on February 20th, in Grace Hall, Grace Lutheran Church, 21 Carroll Street, Westminster.
It is sponsored by the Historical Society of Carroll County and the topic is
 New Windsor: The Small Town with a Big History
The talk will be illustrated with photos/maps and Frank be signing copies of my book afterward.

Cover of Times Crossroads book.

The Museum will be CLOSED on SATURDAYS in February 2018, but may be able to open by appointment; call 301-346-0764 for more information.


Explore Carroll County Downtowns


New Windsor Middle Students on Historic Tour

Local middle school students recently used GPS devices donated by the Heart of the Civil War Heritgage Area to go on a Historic Scavenger Hunt in New Windsor, MD.


Check out our Events page for more upcoming activities and to look at our calendar.

Recent Announcements

  • JOIN US ! The New Windsor Heritage Committee meets on the first Monday of the month at 7:30 (the meeting is usually moved to Tuesday if the meeting date falls on a ...
    Posted Dec 12, 2017, 6:55 AM by NWHC Account
  • BUILDING CAMPAIGN! We are raising funds to complete the purchase of our building at 207 Main Street. Our goal is $100,000, and through the generosity of our members we are almost ...
    Posted Dec 12, 2017, 7:13 AM by NWHC Account
  • Time's Crossroads: The History of New Windsor, MD  By Emmy Award winning producer, Frank J. Batavick  - The book is heavily illustrated with 156 archival maps, engravings, and photos and is available for sale at the Heritage Committee's ...
    Posted Sep 1, 2017, 7:08 AM by NWHC Account
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New Windsor Museum sign photo courtesy of Mary Briggeman


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Let one of our knowledgeable docents teach you something new about our town!

No Public Restrooms / Handicapped Parking Available

Museum Tour on DVD Upon Request

Due to the historic features of the 1812 building that houses the New Windsor Heritage Committee Museum, accessibility to guests with physical disabilities can be challenging. In order to provide the best possible experience to all guests, NWHC strives to accommodate guests with disabilities by providing alternative experiences, including a video tour, electronic records, and other accommodations to assist with guests’ special needs. With advance notice, we will make every effort to respond to special needs requests.

Contact us at 410-635-2602 or send an e-mail to nwhc1986@gmail.com


Meeting Information

Business Meetings of the New Windsor Heritage Committee typically take place the 1st Monday of each month at the Museum