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views of St. Michaels
All photos courtesy of the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
On your way to visit us, you'll drive through historic St. Michaels. Before returning home, learn how this town ‘Fooled the British’ during colonial times. Exploring the local bistros, galleries, and antique shops are all part of your Harbourtowne experience. It's not to be missed.
From Harbourtowne, St. Michaels is just minutes away. Rent a bike and cycle to town or hop in the car and take the short trip to visit.
Once there, take time to stroll the brick-lined walkways and soak in the historic flavor of the colonial homes, stone churches, decorated storefronts, and the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum. The museum is a 16-acre complex of indoor and outdoor exhibits, tracing the history and traditions of the Chesapeake Bay. The museum offers an array of events throughout the year including Big Band concerts under the stars as well as a variety of festivals.
Enjoy a ride on the Oxford-Bellevue Ferry, “America's Oldest Ferry,” a tour in a horse-drawn carriage or a cruise in a working, sail-powered skipjack. Many entertainment options abound in the area, adding to your experience.
For more information on events, shops and restaurants in St. Michaels, visit www.stmichaelsmd.org.
Upcoming St. Michaels Events
May 13th - Mother's Day Brunch Buffet at Harbourtowne -
Treat the mothers in your life to an all you can eat Mother’s Day Brunch Buffet at Harbourtowne. On Sunday, May 12th from 11:00am-2:30pm we will be serving up omelets made to order, eggs benedict, cream chipped beef & butter milk biscuits, roast beef, shrimp & rice, fresh fruit and much more. The buffet is $25.99 for adults, ½ price for children 4-11 and children 3 and under eat free. Come celebrate mothers with Harbourtowne.
May 18th - 19th - Maritime Model Expo
At the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, see model sailors race and sail their craft along the museum's waterfront.
Father's Day Weekend, June 15th-16th - 26th Antique & Classic Boat Festival
The festival features more than 100 antique and classic boats. Enoy boat building demos, craft vendors, nautical flea market and more.
As always, you can also visit the St. Michaels website for updates.