Bayside History Museum

Join us in celebrating Camp Theodore Roosevelt, the first permanent Boy Scout camp. Plus, exhibits of the role of the Chesapeake Bay environment in shaping bayside communities.
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Join us in celebrating Camp Theodore Roosevelt, the first permanent Boy Scout camp. Plus, exhibits of the role of the Chesapeake Bay environment in shaping bayside communities.

Hours

Wed-Sun, 1-4pm.

Location

4025 4th St
North Beach MD 20714
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Rated 5 by JohnBCowgill

December 17, 2019

JohnBCowgill

Museum of the Bayside

You have those small town museums. Then you have the Bayside History Museum which has much about the towns of North Beach and Chesapeake Beach. It is not big, but it...

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Rated 5 by TpRain

September 28, 2019

TpRain

Quaint Little Museum with Nice Volunteers

Learn about the way the beaches used to be back when there was a train that took DC dwellers to the beach on the weekends. Learn about the way the beach was then. Check out the railroad car and hike...

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Rated 5 by FMCMaryland

December 16, 2018

FMCMaryland

Awesome local history

Don't miss a stop at this museum when you are in the area. Exhibits include the formation and geology of the Bay & a nice collection of fossils. They have artifacts, photos and exhibits from the...

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