We visited the museum at the end of Jan. It was in the teens and snowing. It would have been much more enjoyable in warmer weather. We spent most of our time in the indoor exhibits and the tug boat area was my favorite. There is lots of information of this unique part of the country including the fishing industry, the love of boating, and the screwpile lighthouses that are unique to this part of the country and the south. A great place to learn about the Chesapeake Bay.
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