Laurel Heritage Museum
Housed in the train station that was built in 1910, the Laurel Heritage Museum opened in 2012 with a large variety of artifacts, documents, and photographs from the collections of the Laurel Historical Society. This building was the second train station in Laurel. Originally, there were two sets of tracks to accommodate the large number of daily trains traveling north and south. Near the station, early warehouses remain from the days when manufactured goods and produce were stored there, awaiting transportation to city markets.