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Multi-Day Events

Charlestown, Maryland
Historic House
Rising Sun, Maryland
Park
Chesapeake City, Maryland
History
Havre de Grace, Maryland
Culture, General, History, Natural History, Science, Specialized
The MARTHA LEWIS project is an ambition whose realization will depend entirely on the energy and vision of those who come forward to continue it. It is also another test, an open question to those with the vision to answer, of our ability to manage our Chesapeake heritage before parts of it are erased completel
Elkton, Maryland
Nature Centers
Havre de Grace, Maryland
History
The volunteer organization serving as stewards of the historic Concord Point Lighthouse in Havre de Grace, Maryland.
Havre de Grace, Maryland
Havre de Grace, Maryland
History, Specialized
Located where the Susquehanna River meets the Chesapeake Bay, the Maritime Museum invites you to come experience “Where Bay Life Begins.” Through its exhibits and programs the Museum endeavors to interpret the region’s rich maritime heritage.
Elkton, Maryland
Historical Society
Earleville, Maryland
Earleville, Maryland
Historic House, Nature Centers
Mount Harmon Plantation is the northernmost colonial era Tidewater plantation open to the public, and is a scenic and historic treasure.

In cooperation with Washington College, Chestertown, MD Mount Harmon is in the planning stages of an archaeological dig.
Warwick, Maryland
Historical Society
Port Deposit, Maryland
History
Perryville, Maryland
History
Havre de Grace, Maryland
History
Havre de Grace, Maryland
Cemetery, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
We bring local history to life. War of 1812 and Pirate re-enactments, open hearth cooking, living history demonstrations are some of the events we host. Visit us at the restored 1840 Lock Tender's house on the Susquehanna & Tidewater Canal.
North East, Maryland
History
Aberdeen, Maryland
General, History, Military, Park, Science, Specialized
The United States Army Ordnance Museum is in the PROCESS OF MOVING TO FT LEE, VIRGINA. The Museum is no longer open to the public. The interior galleries have been closed and are relocating to Ft Lee. THE MOVE TO FT LEE IS EXPECTED TO BE COMPLETED IN 2012. There is no longer an operational website or email access for the museum; phone only.