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Prince Frederick, MD 20678
Ph: 410-535-4583
Fx: 410-535-4585
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Calvert Marine Museum
14200 Solomons Island Rd.
Solomons, MD 20688
410-326-2042
www.calvertmarinemuseum.com
The Calvert Marine Museum’s educational programs are designed to help you get the most out of the museum’s exhibits. Come and explore all that is offered by taking advantage of our programs which engage all ages and interests.

Calvert County Parks
410-535-5327
www.calvertparks.org

Battle Creek Cypress Swamp Sanctuary
2880 Grays Rd.
Prince Frederick, MD 20678

Flag Ponds Nature Park
1525 Flag Ponds Pkwy.
Lusby, MD 20657

Kings Landing Park
3255 Kings Landing Rd.
Huntingtown, MD 20639
Students discover the world of nature during field trips to Battle Creek Cypress Swamp, Flag Ponds Nature Park and King's Landing Park. Naturalist-led programs can be tailored to reinforce classroom studies. To schedule a field adventure call 410-535-5327 or email:

Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum
10515 Mackall Rd.
St. Leonard, MD 20685
410-586-8501
www.jefpat.org 
Offering tours for groups of all sizes. All group tours are docent-led and include story telling and  a guided tour of Patterson House, the 1933 Colonial Revival brick house that was once the country retreat of the late Mr. & Mrs. Jefferson Patterson, and it's gardens.  Behind-the-scenes tours of the Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory, a state-of-the-art facility that houses more than eight million artifacts, including collections from every county in Maryland are offered. Audio tours are also available from your cell phone. For more information on available tours call 410-586-8501 or email .

One-Room Schoolhouse
Broomes Island Rd.
Prince Frederick, MD 20676
410-586-0161, 410-326-0486
www.calvertoneroomschool.org
This original schoolhouse was built on its present site circa 1868 and opened for children, grades 1 through 7, for families who lived in the Port Republic area of Calvert County, Maryland. It remained in continuous use until the consolidation of schools in 1932, when it closed. The schoolhouse suffered the ravages of time until 1976 when it was restored by the Calvert County Retired Teachers Association as a bicentennial project. Today groups of school children spend the day recreating a one-room school experience, including a walk through the woods to school and lessons taught as they would have been at the turn of the 20th century.

Solomons Island Heritage Tours
P.O. Box 507
Lusby, MD
301-672-3509
www.solomonsislandheritagetours.com
Choose your own adventure! Your private group can cruise to Drum Point, Cove Point, Hooper’s Island, and Point No Point Lighthouses on the Lighting Our Way Cruise.
Feeling more adventurous? Try the Watermen for a Day experience. Crew members will show you the seasonal gear types and techniques still used to make a living on the Chesapeake Bay including crabs pots, eel pots and oyster dredges. Solomons Island Heritage Tours also offers a historical War of 1812 Cruise on the Patuxent River or the opportunity to create your own itinerary.


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