Provides art classes, gallery shows, workshops, performances, an art gift shop and events for youth and adults.
Tubman was called "The Moses of Her People" because of her courageous work on the Underground Railroad. She helped more than 300 slaves escape to freedom.
The early 19th-century store was the site of Harriet Tubman's first act of defiance. Offering guided historic and nature tours. Rent bikes, canoes, kayaks.
Exhibits include early navigational instruments, ship models, Chesapeake Bay and local maritime memorabilia and maritime history library.
Chesapeake Bay ship models and waterman artifacts honor the craftsmen and culture of Eastern Shore boatbuilding.
Colonial Cottage (c. 1800) with Civil War history, Victorian schoolhouse (c. 1868), country store and museum WWII (c. 1941-1945). Restored blacksmith shop.
One of Maryland's oldest schools organized and maintained by an African-American community, now a museum.
Three historic buildings with interactive exhibits about farm life, industry, timbering, water trades, hunting and trapping and Native Americans and families of the area. Group tours arranged.
Well-known for fresh, seasonal fare, select wines and premium draft beers.
Old-fashioned diner favorites and carry-outs welcome.
Specializes in high-quality fresh and seasonal cuisine. Gastropubs combine the atmosphere of a casual pub with the cuisine of a fine restaurant, often with an emphasis on traditional comfort foods and micro brewed or imported beers.
Authentic Mexican cuisine and family restaurant.
Features modern Italian food and fresh selections of Maryland oysters, cheeses, charcuterie, and produce.
Offering a variety of dining experiences that can only be discovered here on the Eastern Shore.
Offering a wide selection of Chinese food as well as a full sushi bar.