Discover Delmarva's natural wonders with a custom biking and kayaking touring company. Join us for a 2-3 hour guided kayaking trip with drinks and snacks. We welcome all ages and skill levels and our kayaks are extremely stable.
International reputation for excellence through artworks that allow visitors a glimpse of the beauty of wildfowl from around the world has made the museum a prominent Maryland institution.
Naturalistic habitats for mammals, birds, reptiles native to North, Central, and South America. One of the finest small zoos in the country and it's free.
Home of minor-league Delmarva Shorebirds - an affiliate of Baltimore Orioles; fireworks every Saturday; carousel and games for kids. 10 or more group discount.
Located on 262 acres, the home of Colonel Isaac Handy and his wife Anne (1741) is surrounded by nature trails that encompass the different ecosystems of the Eastern Shore.
Noted for exterior details, including Palladian and bull's-eye windows, finely-carved interior woodwork. Original brass locks, hardware, built 1795-Federal house museum.
Unique regional repository for lower Delmarva Peninsula historical records, artifacts, books, and family histories.
The oldest standing African-American church on Delmarva, circa 1838.
Great food, wine and beer with warm, sincere southern hospitality.
Uses local farmers, local watermen and many other local sourced products. A favorite local gathering spot featuring mainline beers and seasonal selections.
Authentic Japanese Teriyaki and Sushi/Sashimi served in a friendly setting. Try our house specialties or any of our expertly prepared hibachi entrees.
Local urban eatery.
Known for its extensive wine selection, gourmet culinary conception and an icon on the river in downtown Salisbury.
Special events and music acts throughout the year; the cheese fries are a must.
Authentic Mediterranean and Spanish steaks, seafood and hot tapas.