Taylor House Museum receives $13k from Miller History Fund

BERLIN, Md. –  One museum is looking to bring the history of the town to life and its all thanks to support from funding.

The Maryland Center for History and Culture announced the Calvin B. Taylor House Museum as one of the Miller History Fund winners, receiving $13,000 dollars.

The Miller History Fund helps support small organizations preserving history statewide.

The Taylor House says the funds will be used to help upgrade and bring in some new equipment, while also expanding their educational offerings. “Make kids see that history is life. That it’s not just something that happened a long time ago. There are connections to objects through our time now. We’re just so looking forward to that,” Taylor House Museum President Melissa Reid said.

“We’re really looking forward to sharing these wonderful stories of Berlin and these lived experiences of people here through these objects. We just can’t wait to share them with families.”

The other Miller Fund winner on the shore was the Delmarva Discovery Center & Museum, also located in Worcester County.

If you’d like to keep up with current events at the Taylor Museum, you can visit their website here 


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