Museum offers tours by appointment; literature and video and historical displays of the 19th century related to slavery, Underground Railroad, Civil War and life post Civil War period.
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.
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.
Skipjack sails on the Choptank River. Public sails and charters (business/family/friends.) Dredging demonstrations. Each trip unique depending on weather, captain and crew.
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.
Major bald eagle nesting area and waterfowl wintering ground. Visitor center, wildlife drive, walking and paddling trails.
One of Maryland's oldest schools organized and maintained by an African-American community, now a museum.
Open 7 days a week: Mon - Thurs 5am-midnight, Weekends open from Friday 5am through midnight Sunday. Carry-outs welcome, and gift certificates available.
Feasting on the regional cuisine is a must in the Chesapeake Bay area. Offering a variety of dining experiences that can only be discovered here on the Eastern Shore. Renditions of Blue Crab, Rockfish, Soft Shel
Culinary inspiration comes from the Picardy region of France, infused with local flavors such as crab and oyster.
Located in the restored Lewis General Store (originally established in 1875), is the place to stop for delicious 'urban country' dining.
Feasting on the regional cuisine is a must in the Chesapeake Bay area. Offering a variety of dining experiences that can only be discovered here on the Eastern Shore. Renditions of Blue Crab & Rockfish.
Welcoming travelers and local neighbors with Eastern Shore hospitality since the early 1940s. Originally a general store and Sinclair service station. Come enjoy home cooking featuring seasonal food from local providers.