|Address:||100 Lafayette St, Havre De Grace, MD 21078, USA|
|Working:||Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed 10AM–5PM 1–5PM|
Aaron A. Wallace
Really nice, small maritime museum, when I visited (1/15/17) it had a great exhibit about Capt. John Smiths exploration of the Northern Bay looking for the Northwest passage it had a lot of very interesting information about the state of Native American Civilization at the time of his contact. Many well made models of skipjacks and other working vessels of the Chesapeake Bay, that they use as centerpieces to help explain the various ways that people worked and played during the heyday of the working Chesapeake.
Another sensational Havre De Grace museum. This one is so well organized, clean and laid-out that it only adds to the wonderful collection they have to exhibit. From early Native American inhabitants to the nautical history of the area, these well designed exhibits do justice to their themes. The readings placed with the exhibits are not too lengthy and they are helpful. The artifacts are in excellent condition as well. A really good thing to do in the town. Very cheap.
This place was quiet lovely, a nice jog around, or taking a stroll or just trying to catch Pokemon, its has great scenery! I only wish there were more interesting places to eat.
Love this place. Come visit this small but well kept and displayed museum. Watch folks working on boats, go to a program at the new educational center or go for live music.
This was an interesting museum. Learned about the significant duck hunting in the area in earlier years. Learned about Ice harvesting and storage from the bay waters.
Lots of history dating back to the beginning of our nation. Very friendly people
Lots of great things to see. Clean safe and secure.
Every display is very well done. Great gift shop.
Nice display and history of the area.
Great history of the upper bay
A Private User
yes pretty good1