Three handmade quilts that reflect Douglass’s experiences in Talbot County, Anne Arundel County, and Baltimore City will be on display during the Year of Frederick Douglass. The quilts are made by Joan Gaither, a Maryland Documentary Story Quilter and recipient of a 2017 Maryland Traditions Heritage Award. On Maryland's Frederick Douglass Driving Tour.
Look closely, just off the highway, for the elaborately carved English limestone post, which bears coats of arms of Lord Baltimore and William Penn.
A 1794 town home with six rooms, six fireplaces, period furnishings and collection of rose medallion china.
Come relax and enjoy some great craft beers. Table games and music accompany our beer, making for an exceptional time.
Restored 1930’s AA High School to create cultural events center and local AA History Museum. Rental venue.
Early plantation house, noted for original wood paneling and excellent collection of antiques and Canton China.
Dedicated to collecting, preserving and displaying artifacts relating to the Eastern Shore.
On the Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail.
Delicious coffee blends, pastries, muffins and hot/cold sandwiches.
Great Irish pub right on the town square facing the historic courthouse. On the Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail.
Your neighborhood fix for seafood. On the Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail.
A family-owned and operated business providing the freshest available local and nationally sourced seafood available to our customers. On the Maryland Crab and Oyster Trail.