Visit the Pry House
The Pry House Field Hospital Museum tells the story of a home that became a headquarters and hospital during the bloodiest single day in American history: September 17, 1862. As the Battle of Antietam raged within view of the Pry family’s house, decisions were made on this historic property that shaped the lives of soldiers, surgeons, and civilians.
Visit the Pry House on Antietam National Battlefield and discover how emergency medicine evolved during the Civil War and the impact on the soldiers.
Nineteenth Century Medicinal Herb Garden
Visit the Pry House and check out our replica nineteenth century medicinal herb garden. Using plants from a family herb garden to treat illness was a widespread practice during the Civil War, and on that persists today. The museum staff and volunteers have spent the last few years cultivating period accurate plants to give an idea of what home medicine looked like.
Open Fri – Sun from May – October 2019.
Open weekends from November to December 1.
11:00am – 5:00pm
18906 Shepherdstown Pike
(MD Rt. 34)
Keedysville, MD 21756
Phone: (301) 432-6352