- Visitor Center/Museum – Sat & Sun 1 to 4 PM
- Blacksmithing demo – Sun 1 to 4 PM
- Colonial Joiner/Woodworking – Coming soon!
- Miller’s House (Gun Factory) – Sun 1 to 4 PM
- McCourtney’s 1930’s General Store – Sat & Sun 1 – 4 PM
- Civil War Room
- Gift Shop
- Every Month on the Second Saturday 9 AM -Noon
- No pre-registration required
Every Day Dawn to Dusk:
- Self-guided tours of Village
- Beautiful picnic area along river
- Miles of Hiking and Mountain Biking along Little Gunpowder River
Our events are family fun that won’t stretch the budget.
Wind down your summer weekends at our Summer Picnic Concerts in the Meadow, watch history interpreters doing all manner of necessary work the age-old way at our history reenactments and encampments, or root for your favorite vintage baseball team on their scheduled weekends, and more! Our reasonable concert and occasional event admission fees directly support our programs and help with our preservation and restoration work. Download our current calendar.
We hope to see you soon!
Vintage Baseball in the Village:
Watch the Chesapeake Nine of Baltimore vintage baseball team play – 1860’s rules and equipment!
Please see their website for future dates and times at URL: https://mavbbl.com/capitol-conference/chesapeake-nine-of-baltimore/
Maryland’s State Sport
Jerusalem Mill Village is the home for Amateur Jousting Club of Maryland
Please see their website for future dates and times
At URL: http://ajc.psyberia.com/
Want to Volunteer?
“Adopt A Highway” trash pickup along Mountain Road, route 152, on the Second Saturday in April, June, August, and October weather permitting. Volunteers are asked to Meet at the McCourtney’s General Store at 8:00 AM.
“Second Saturday Volunteer Workday” EACH month (on the second Saturday of the month). Starts at 9am. Look for the sign to guide you to the sign in area with coffee drinks and snacks. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Wear appropriate clothes for working outside, including work gloves and sturdy shoes. Ends by noon.
PLEASE NOTE! Photographs taken at public and private events in the Jerusalem Village may be posted on the Historic Jerusalem Mill social media pages.
Support for operations of The Friends of Jerusalem Mill has been provided by Maryland State Arts Council through Harford County Cultural Arts Board
Page Last Updated: February 8, 2020