State museum of archaeology overlooking the Patuxent River. Visitors can spend the day picnicking, biking, touring our Visitor & Exhibit Center, Discovery Room, hiking trails, and Indian Village. Canoe & kayak launch.
Built in 1768, the furnace produced goods for the Revolutionary War, relying on the labor of both enslaved and free blacks. National Register of Historic Places.
Private, non-profit institution expands knowledge of nature through discovery and inspires stewardship of the environment. Tours and hands-on activities available by appointment.
Eight acres of vines on a 27-acre farm provide a beautiful setting to enjoy traditionally crafted wines unique to the soils and climate of Southern Maryland.