Touring the C of A is so worthwhile. It is a great chance to see archeologists in action.
Our tour was led by an earnest young man on his first day at the job. He was well-informed and we really appreciated his willingness to answer questions. He provided many fascinating details about the history of the site. We were even able to see some of the artifacts dug up just that day, view NA's first flush toilet (twice daily with the tide) and walk on the same 17th century road tread by Lord Baltimore. At the end of the tour you are led to a period kitchen, where another costumed guide spends time telling you about all kinds of interesting artifacts.
Either before or after the tour you can explore the VC. It is full of objects from the dig; you can also watch a 7 minute introductory film.
Ferryland is scenically beautiful as well.
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