Schooner Sultana sails the Bay teaching ecology and Colonial maritime history to students. Public sails available on weekends. Annual Downrigging Festival first weekend in November.
One of only two African-American Civil War Veteran's halls still standing in U.S. Built in 1908 by a group of veterans, most former slaves. Complete restoration underway. Maryland Civil War Trail site.
Micro distillery in the historic district of downtown Chestertown. Daily tastings and tours.
A 3,000-acre wildlife and agricultural research and demonstration area. Free self-guided driving tour with brochure.
Third generation farm, established in 1959, on a beautiful bend on the Chester River, produces wine from 100 percent hand harvested Clovelly grapes. Wines are sold at area retailers.
An architectural landmark that served a watermen's and farming community from 1878-1939 with grades one through seven. One room school house is well equipped with furnishings and artifacts of the era.
A free-thirty minute audio tour recreating the sights and sounds of Chestertown's 18th-century waterfront district, includes music and first-hand accounts of life in colonial Chestertown.
18th-century home, offers an overview of local history, research library and visitor information.
Serving great food at reasonable prices with portions that will leave you satisfied.
Irish-style pub and restaurant with an enclosed outdoor dining area during the summer, spring and fall. Small private room for party's.
Serving your favorite Mexican and South of the Border specialties daily.
Authentic Eastern Shore cuisine, as well as many excellent menu choices from both the land and sea.
Eat-in or carry out.
Located in the center of Chestertown's historic district and reservations are recommended for weekends and large parties.
Serving soda fountain favorites and ice cream treats.
Sandwiches, salads, poppers, soup