A Museum of Historically & Archaeology at Maryland's First Capital
A Museum of Historically & Archaeology at Maryland's First Capital
A Museum of Historically & Archaeology at Maryland's First Capital
A Museum of Historically & Archaeology at Maryland's First Capital
A Museum of Historically & Archaeology at Maryland's First Capital
Experience life in 17th-century Maryland! Step onboard a tall ship, play colonial games, and
wander through an Indian witchott. The plantation household will show you what's growing in
the kitchen garden and introduce you to heirloom livestock. Find out how archaeologists and historians piece together the past to reveal this colony's remarkable legacy of democracy and toleration. Lord Baltimore's capital, in beautiful tidewater Southern Maryland, stands ready to be rediscovered.

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Purchase tickets now for our annual Beer Fest fundraiser, Saturday, June 23, 2018, 12:00 noon – 6:00 p.m.
Due to inclement weather, the St. John’s Site Museum is closing today, May 19, 2018, at 1:00 p.m.
  Maryland Heritage Scholar, Dr. Henry Miller, presents a summary of Irish immigrant Henry Coursey’s story, in this evening lecture.  Particular emphasis is given to the unusual architecture that was found during rescue excavations of his Kent Island plantation, and its possible unanticipated influence upon Maryland’s oldest standing building. Sign up now for our Build It, Wear It, Eat It, Live It! summer camp, designed for rising 5th and 6th-graders, or for our Archaeology of Food summer camp, designed for rising 7th and 8th-graders.
Apply now for Woodland Indian Hamlet Site Supervisor.  Position closes June 15, 2018.