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My four little ones enjoyed the exhibits quite a bit. The volunteer ladies who run this museum were very kindly and told us to "please touch" the artifacts ... Admission was free for them (ages four, seven, eight and nine) and $5 for my husband...More
My co worker and I had some spare time on our hands so we decided to stop by this museum and garden. And what a good decision that was. The museum was small but interesting nonetheless and the gardens were truly breathtaking at times. The...More
This amazing place sits on the grounds of the Meredith Museum. The garden is planted with the plants that grew there in the 1700 and 1800's. The British, during the Revolutionary War, came this far up the Choptank River and you can almost hear them...More
Great little museum with a little nature hike to the water and a wonderful, wonderful garden! It's a blink and you've missed it museum but I love going there and watching the osprey and seeing what's in bloom. The exhibits inside are fun and educational,...More
Cambridge is oriented to the Bay with its many crab eateries (don't miss the annual Crab festival) and waterfront. However the area also has a rich land history as well. This small museum features the farming and food processing worlds of middle Delmarva. The most...More