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#1 of 4 Museums in Chincoteague Island
... lost at sea, to duck decoys and varieties found in the area, to oystering, clamming, lighthouse history and lore, and of course the wild ponies of Assateague and Chincoteague, this museum is jam packed with gems.
Very sweet set up with plenty of interesting details about the island and stories about its most famous inhabitants... the BEBE family and their pony MISTY OF CHINCOTEAGUE
#2 of 4 Museums in Chincoteague Island
The stories, the stalls(Misty was a cribber,)the saddles, the horses, the house, it just is evidence that "Grandpa & Grandma, Paul & Maureen, Misty, Stormy, they all LIVED!
Misty of Chincoteague was both of our favorite book when we were kids along with the other Marguritte Henry books about the Island.
#3 of 4 Museums in Chincoteague Island
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and the time both he and his wife spent talking with use about his artwork and their life experiences.
Stop by for the artwork, they even have post cards with his artwork on them....for those more budget minded.
#4 of 4 Museums in Chincoteague Island

Chincoteague Bay Field Station

Wallops Island 5.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Wallops Island
... basic accommodations and tasty food, perfect amount of biking, visits to a variety of museums, educational centers and beautiful beaches, welcoming and friendly small group of participants, fun evening musical...
The CBFS staff is highly knowledgeable, skilled, friendly, and dedicated to making sure that your educational experience is first-class.