Restored Victorian in heart of historic district; short walk to restaurants, ships, galleries and attractions.
A 150-slip marina and includes amenities such as fuel, laundry, fire pits, pools, dining, golf, spa and more.
Exhibits include early navigational instruments, ship models, Chesapeake Bay and local maritime memorabilia and maritime history library.
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.
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.
Major bald eagle nesting area and waterfowl wintering ground. Visitor center, wildlife drive, walking and paddling trails.
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.
One of Maryland's oldest schools organized and maintained by an African-American community, now a museum.
Great seafood, steaks, and other down home, local Eastern Shore meals. Family friendly and good way to mingle with the pilots too.
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.
Offering a variety of dining experiences that can only be discovered here on the Eastern Shore.
Third generation locally owned and operated seafood restaurant, crab house and beer garden.
Located in the restored Lewis General Store (originally established in 1875), is the place to stop for delicious "urban country" dining.
Old-fashioned diner favorites and carry-outs welcome.
Offering lunch and dinner daily, including a raw bar.