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It’s nickname ‘Snow Hill’s attic” is so appropriate. This museum is packed with treasures and I feel like I’d notice new things at each visit. The rooms in the back, the Victorian bedroom and the dry goods store, were especially absorbing. AND the kind volunteer...More
Walking into this tiny building, formerly a Roman Catholic church, one would not expect to find such an amazing collection of local history spanning 2 centuries, various collections of Julia Purnell and other locals, activities for children. . . . Oh, my! The director and...More
I have been to this little museum twice and loved it each time. A wonderful collection of artifacts from the early and mid twentieth century from a small Eastern Shore Maryland town. The artistic needlework from Julia Purnell a local resident is also interesting. Definitely...More
What an unique place. I knew of this museum and had read about the woman it is named after. I was staying down the street and decided to walk in. A very eclectic collection of antiques and artifacts from the the region. A small museum...More
Visited the Museum at closing time and was given personal tour by curator. She could not have been nicer. Interesting displays relating to local history, well presented and not overwhelming. Well worth a visit.
We escaped from pouring rain to spend a lovely couple of hours at this museum. It's a somewhat eccentric collection, with plenty of historical items and Americana. Pleasant and informative curator. A nice bit of small town history. The miniature section with the one-inch Bible...More