Easily accessible and with perfect walkability, the Historic District is as charming as it is culturally significant.

A great place to take in art, history and impressive architecture, this area boasts Civil War Trail interpretive signs and historic sites such as the Rockville B&O Railroad Station, the Red Brick Courthouse, the Beall Dawson House and the Stonestreet Museum of 19th Century Medicine.

Location

This district runs through East and West Jefferson Street, parts of W. Montgomery Avenue, and contains portions of Forest Ave, Bealle Ave, Laird St., Thomas St. and Wall St. including Courthouse Square Park.

Getting Here

Located along the Route 28 corridor, the Historic District is sandwiched between the I-270 on-ramp and Downtown Rockville. The Rockville Red Line Metro Station is a brief five-minute drive away.

Experiences

Beall-Dawson House

Itineraries

Art Meets Flavor
  • Wander the galleries at Visarts
  • Pick up a gift for a friend or yourself at Shop Local or The Cottage Monet
  • Get crafty at Hammer & Stain
  • Order takeout from a variety of restaurants and dine at the Gibbs Streetery
  • Buy MoCo Made products at Dawson’s Market
Bike and Brews Experience
  • Meet the makers in Rock East Along the Millennium Trail
  • Rent a bike from Capital Bikeshare at the Shady Grove Metro Station
  • Grab a pint at True Respite Brewing Company
  • Find a treasure at Habitat Restore
  • Watch coffee roasting in action at Mayorga Organics
  • Refuel with Korean fare at Wang Ja Jang