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Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center
13480 Dowell Rd.
P.O. Box 99
Dowell, MD 20629
Phone: 410-326-4640
Fax: 410-326-4887

Link: http://www.annmariegarden.org
Annmarie Garden is located in scenic Solomons on the Chesapeake Bay. The sculpture garden features a walking path that meanders through the forest, past sculptures including more than 30 works of art on loan from the Smithsonian Institution as well as hidden art. All ages will enjoy a variety of award-winning special events, gallery shows, engaging public art programs, the gift shop, the artLAB (to create) and the beautiful gardens.
Bayside History Museum
Grace Mary Brady
4025 4th Street
P.O. Box 348
North Beach, MD 20714
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Phone: 410-610-5970

Link: www.baysidehistorymuseum.org
Cultural history museum featuring memorabilia from the Beaches Bayside Communities. Exhibits include Explorations of Captain John Smith featuring the 1632 book written by Capt. Smith; an actual reproduction of a beach cottage; and our “Day at the Beach” exhibit.
Bruce "Snake" Gabrielson's Surf Museum and Surf Art Gallery
5005 Bayside Road
Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732
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Phone: 240-464-3301
Link: www.marylandsurfmuseum.org
Located next to the offices of the non-profit National Surf Schools and Instructors Association and ranked by the Maryland Department of Tourism among its top 20 cultural sites, this private museum contains significant historical items related to the sport of surfing collected by its founder and legendary surfer over the past 50 years. Here you will see unique surfing exhibits and artifacts that other surf museums can only envy. Among the exhibits are Dale Velzey's shaping equipment, antique surfboards and paintings by some of the nation's top surf artists. There is also a large collection of surf books for those doing research in the sport. Hours are Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, 5-8 p.m. and some weekends when the surf isn't good. Reservations are required.
Calvert County Historical Society
70 Church Street
P.O. Box 358
Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Phone: 410-535-2452
Fax: 410-535-4660

Link: www.calverthistory.org
The Calvert County Historical Society is located in historic Linden (c.1868) in the heart of Prince Frederick. Offering a research library that continues to grow in volume and diversity. Family papers describing first-person accounts of historical events, wills, family Bibles, original manuscripts, photographs, published histories, maps and recorded interviews allow researchers to examine how the county changed over time.
Calvert Marine Museum
14200 Solomons Island Road
Solomons, MD 20688
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Phone: 410-326-2042
Fax: 410-326-6691
Link: www.calvertmarinemuseum.com
The rich maritime history and diversity of life in the Chesapeake Bay come alive in the only museum on the East Coast that is home to two lighthouses. See skates and rays, models, paintings, wood carvings, aquariums, fossils and boats. Outdoor exhibits include a boat basin, river otter habitat and a recreated salt marsh. With six different facilities for events, the Calvert Marine Museum is the perfect place for anything. Say your vows aboard the Wm. B. Tennison or next to the Drum Point or Cove Point Lighthouses. Have a company picnic at the outdoor pavilion or a concert in the auditorium. Contact the Facilities Rental Coordinator at 410-474-5370 to get started!
Chesapeake Beach Railway Museum
4155 Mears Avenue
P.O. Box 1227
Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732
Phone: 410-257-3892

Link: www.cbrm.org
The museum shares the story of the Chesapeake Beach Railway and Amusement Park in the early 20th century, including photos and artifacts. The museum building is the only surviving station from the old Railway and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Free admission.
Chesapeake Biological Laboratory Visitor Center
Debbie Hoffbeck
200 Farren Ave.
P.O. Box 38
Solomons, MD 20688
Phone: 410-326-7460
Fax: 410-326-7302
Link: www.umces.edu/cbl
Founded by zoologist Reginald Truitt in 1925 on land donated by the people of Solomons, this is the oldest state-supported marine laboratory on the East Coast. As a part of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, the lab allows visitors to experience the scientific atmosphere of the research facility, learn about the ecology and natural resources of the Chesapeake Bay and the important contributions made by scientists to our environmental heritage. Please visit our website for tour information.
Cove Point Lighthouse
3500 Lighthouse Blvd.
Lusby, MD 20657
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Phone: 410-326-2042
Fax: 410-326-6691
Link: Website
Drum Point Lighthouse
14200 Solomons Island Road
Solomons, MD 20688
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Phone: 410-326-2042
Fax: 410-326-6691
Link: Website
Constructed in 1883 at Drum Point to mark the entrance to the Patuxent River, this screwpile cottage-type light is one of only three remaining from 45 that once served the Chesapeake Bay at the beginning of the 20th century. Decommissioned in 1962, the lighthouse has been beautifully restored, complete with furnishings of the early 20th century. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
J.C. Lore & Sons Oyster House
Solomons, MD 20688
Phone: 410-326-2042
Fax: 410-326-6691
Link: Website
Located six-tenths of a mile south of the main museum campus on Solomons Island Road, this 1934 seafood packing house has been restored and is designated a National Historic Landmark. It now houses exhibits that explore all aspects of oyster processing – from receiving oysters at the dock to storing, shucking, washing, packing, and shipping the product to markets across the region.
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