8175 Ocean Gateway
Easton, MD 21601-7145
Phone: (410) 820-5555
Fax: (410) 820-7466
8175 Ocean Gateway, Easton, MD, US, 21601-7145
- Phone: (410) 820-5555
- Fax: (410) 820-7466
Arts & Museums
A two-story 1820s schoolhouse, with the very best of regional and nationally known art. The building features a light-flooded atrium, an adjoining enclosed courtyard, and galleries.
Guided tours of the 18th and 19th century restored homes in Easton.
Learn the history of Oxford through this museum's many displays including numerous photographs, antique engines, antique tools, and articles of clothing.
Encompassing nine exhibit buildings, this maritime museum is designed to educate and preserve the cultural and maritime heritage of the Chesapeake Bay region through exhibits as well as special programs, events and workshops. The museum includes a lighthouse and the world's largest collection of traditional bay boats.
The Square was a feature of the original plan for the town of St. Michaels, and currently two circa 1860 buildings, display artifacts and memorabilia from the early days. The "Mechanics Bell" which measured the working day for carpenters in the nearby shipyard is housed here and is rung every day. Walking tours are available anytime with 48 hours' notice.
The Richardson Maritime Museum conserves and exhibits the marine treasures of the Dorchester county. However, its just not that, the museum also showcases the traditional naval technology. Exhibits ranging from wooden boats to boat-building equipments are sure to impress you. Besides displaying marine objects, the museum also serves as an entertaining and educational venue by hosting planned events and exhibitions. Call ahead for more details or check website.
Art by local, national & international artists.
The Harriet Tubman Museum is a tiny museum full of exhibits that reveal the life and work of Harriet Tubman, a former slave who led her life to emancipate slaves as well as to preserve the Afro-American culture. Visit for a look into the turbulent yet brave life of this visionary. Call ahead for more details
A 1760 Georgian home, the Meredith House contains artifacts from six Maryland governors. A child's room containing antique dolls and toys, and many other period displays. The Nield Museum houses an extensive collection of agricultural, maritime, industrial, Native American artifacts.