Located in the Heart of Historic Downtown Frederick
The Delaplaine Arts Center is located at 40 South Carroll Street, Frederick, MD 21701 along beautiful Carroll Creek Park.
FREE Admission Daily
Come visit our seven on-site galleries, shop in the Gift Gallery, attend a program, or sign up for a class!
Open – Monday–Saturday, 9 am–5 pm & Sunday, 11 am–5 pm
Closed – New Years Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Boxing Day (Dec 26)
The Delaplaine is located next door to the East All Saints Parking Deck. Metered street parking is also available.
The Delaplaine Arts Center is committed to providing an accessible environment for all of our visitors and students. All public areas of the Delaplaine are mobility-device accessible (except motorized scooters). We welcome requests for accommodations for other disability needs such as sensory-friendly times, ASL interpreting for programs, and other needs. If you have an accommodation need, please contact us (301-698-0656) at least two weeks in advance.
We are happy to schedule FREE group tours of the facilities and provide information on our history, programming, and exhibitions. In addition to art exhibitions in our galleries, we also have two stairwell panel exhibits: the Art History Timeline, offering glimpses from the prehistoric era to the 1970s, and Our Industrial Past, telling the story of our neighborhood and historic building. Tours can be staff or self-guided, and can be tailored to your interests and schedule. To schedule a tour, please contact us (301-698-0656 ext 107).
The Delaplaine is Dog-Friendly
Your well-behaved, leashed canine pal is welcome!
In you visit during the warmer months, we invite you to enjoy the beauty of our inspirational butterfly garden bordering Carroll Creek Linear Park. You will find sculpture, a larger-than-life “Joy of Music” xylophone, and yards of blooms!
More for Your Visit
While You’re Downtown
From the Delaplaine, it’s a short walk down the beautiful Carroll Creek Promenade to a variety of shops, restaurants, and the C. Burr Artz Public Library. Just a few blocks away, the center of downtown offers even more arts experiences at local galleries, antiques and specialty items, outstanding cuisine, museums, and renowned historic architecture. You can start your visit at the Visitor Center, just a short walk from our doors.