Get in Edit
By train or plane Edit
Brunswick is, appropriately enough, on the Brunswick line of the MARC commuter rail line, which runs from Washington, D.C. to Martinsburg, West Virginia. 1 Brunswick Station is located at 100 S Maple Ave.
Amtrak's Capitol Limited runs through Brunswick without stopping in Brunswick. The nearest Amtrack station is 2 Harpers Ferry Station, 8 miles west of Brunswick.
The nearest airport with scheduled commercial service is 3 Washington Dulles International Airport, about a 40-minute drive from Brunswick.
Get around Edit
The Brunswick Historic District is easy to walk around. Going much further probably requires a car or a bicycle.
- 1 (C&O Canal). A 184.5-mile (297-km) hiking trail that passes through Brunswick, near the Potomac River. To the northwest, it ends at Cumberland, Maryland. To the southwest, it ends in Georgetown in Washington, D.C.
- 2 Rivers Edge Mountain Bike Trails, 210 13th Ave. More than 4 miles (6 km) of trails, maintained by Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts, a regional nonprofit organization.
No good nightlife or drinking spots are in Brunswick. The nearest palatable drink is to be found in Frederick.
Go next Edit
|Routes through Brunswick|
|Martinsburg ← Harpers Ferry ←||NW SE||→ Dickenson → Washington, D.C.|