French-style grand mansion house decorated with antique furnishings, exquisite wall and ceiling moulding and grand chandeliers. It is the perfect spot for a Southern Maryland getaway.
One of the oldest communities on the East Coast. Existed first as an Indian settlement of Potopaco, then as major seaport in the 17th century.
Original 1872 town schoolhouse with period furnishings. Showing by appoinment only. Call 301-934-9483.
Haberdeventure, a 1770s Georgian mansion, sits on 328 acres near Port Tobacco and was the home of Thomas Stone, a Maryland signer of the Declaration of Independence.
The reconstructed 1819 courthouse is a museum containing tobacco and Civil War exhibits and archaeological finds on site. Available for rentals.
An undeveloped multi-use park that boasts a waterfront that offers excellent fishing.
A gambrel roofed, two story framed building which is one of only three surviving 18th-century buildings in town.
One of the oldest continuously active Catholic Parishes in America. Francis Neal, a former pastor at St. Ignatius, is responsible for bringing the Carmelite Nuns to America in 1790.