Historic St. Michaels

Aside from being an amazing place to get away, St. Michaels, Maryland has a rich history dating back to the 1770’s. Many of its historic attractions have been preserved and put on exhibit for the public to enjoy. Any historic boat lover will appreciate the Edna E. Lockwood, a Chesapeake Bay bugeye, which is the last working oyster boat of her kind. Built in 1889 on Tilghman Island, she is on display at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. The St. Michaels Historic District is a great area for any history buff to wander around, taking in the historic integrity of the buildings. Make sure to see The Cannon Ball House, which has a cannon ball embedded in the house from an attack during the war of 1812. Come spend the weekend with us and take in all the history St. Michaels has to offer!

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