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16 Church Circle,

Completely adaptable to suit all age groups! Got Ghosts? We do...and we'll tell you all about them...who they are, where they haunt, why they're still here, and to what ends these troubled souls go to ...

Telephone4435340043

18 Pinkney St,

At Destination Education℠ by Watermark® we inspire students to ask questions about Maryland’s history and the world around them through educational walking tour and narrated sightseeing cruises. We be ...

Telephone410-268-7600

901 W Pratt Street,

Explore railroad history and a train ride along the first commercial mile of railroad right-of-way in the U.S.

Telephone(410) 752-2490

84 Franklin Street,

Dedicated to preserving Maryland’s African-American history from 1633 to the present. See the advertisement for the slave auction in which Kunta Kinte was sold and the reward poster for Harriet Tubman ...

Telephone410-216-6180

3725 Dr. Samuel Mudd Road,

Visit the home where John Wilkes Booth stopped to have his broken leg set. Run by Dr. Mudd’s family.

Telephone(301) 274-9358

2400 E. Fort Avenue,

The successful defense of this fort against the British in the War of 1812 inspired “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Hands-on activities.

Telephone410-962-4290

424 Race Street,

Tours must be arranged in advance, but brochures are available for a self-guided driving tour to see the site of Tubman’s childhood, plantations where she worked and stops on the Underground Railroad.

Telephone410-228-0401

42 East Street,

Historic Annapolis is pleased to offer advance reservation group tours, for parties of 10 or more, of the following sites and special exhibits:William Paca House and Garden Begin your Annapolis adven ...

Telephone410-990-4543

18751 Hogaboom Ln,

Historic St. Mary’s City can help your youth group, camp, or scout group plan their tour here at the museum! Scout Groups We can help you plan a tour to fit the needs of your group, including workin ...

Telephone240-895-4979

100 State Circle,

The oldest state Capitol in continuous use, with original pieces. Specialized tours available by appointment; self-guided tour information and education programs available.

Telephone410-946-5400

3400 Bryan Point Road,

Discover what an ordinary tobacco-farming family was like in the 1770s. Interactive, experience-based tours.

Telephone301-283-2113

1601 East North Avenue,

A wax museum of African American history features over 100 life- size, life- like wax figures in dramatic scenes.

Telephone410-563-3404

1400 Constitution Avenue NW,

Collections illustrate the major periods of African American history, from origins in Africa through slavery, reconstruction, the civil rights era, the Harlem Renaissance and into the 21st century. Sc ...

Telephone202-633-4751

14th Street and Constitution Avenue NW,

See the original flag that inspired “The Star-Spangled Banner” along with daily activities, tours and exhibits.

Telephone202-633-1000

4th Street and Independence Avenue SW,

Part of the Smithsonian, the museum examines the history and current status of the American Indian.

Telephone202-633-6644

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213 N. Talbot Street,

A narrated historic cruise up the Miles River for up to 140 guests per cruise. Larger school groups are divided into 2 groups. This cruise has been a huge hit with many school and summer camp groups. ...

Telephone410-745-3100

5561 Plantation Lane,

Built in 1741, the park features a plantation house, visitor center, small museum and trails. Fun, hands-on activities for kids to learn about the environment.

Telephone410-742-1741

11175 Point Lookout Road,

The lighthouse and Civil War museum shows how Point Lookout functioned as a Union hospital and POW camp, including some of the horrid conditions soldiers survived. Other activities include fishing, bo ...

Telephone301-872-5688

830 E. Pratt Street,

Learn about the African American experience, including slavery, freedom and current issues.

Telephone443-263-1800

44300 Sotterley Lane,

Early 18th-century plantation was home to generations of prominent families. Ninety acres include gardens, a smokehouse, a slave cabin and nature trails.

Telephone301-373-2280

209 Willow Street,

Operated as a one-room schoolhouse for African Americans for nearly 40 years. The Heritage House next door displays local artifacts.

Telephone410-430-5144

9118 Brandywine Road,

John and Mary Surratt were convicted of being co-conspirators in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Tours are available Wed.-Fri.

Telephone301-868-1121

6655 Rosehill Road,

This home of a signer of the Declaration of Independence includes a self-guided tour of the house, farm buildings and cemetery.

Telephone301-392-1776

Preble Hall, 118 Maryland Avenue,

Collections show the history and role of the U.S. Navy throughout American history.

Telephone410-293-2108
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