Maryland February 11, 2018
This Little-Known Colonial Village In Maryland Will Take You Straight To The 1600s
Do you love history or know someone who does? Then head to the following spot, which is actually Maryland’s oldest settlement and capital. Learn about the the state’s humble beginnings and have fun while doing so. This place is a must-visit for every Marylander at least once. Read for a trip back in time? Then let’s go!
Head to southern Maryland to find historic St. Mary's City.
This neat spot pays tribute to Maryland's beginnings. Prepare to be immersed in history.
Scattered around grounds you'll find artifacts, replicas, old buildings, and more.
Learn about farming techniques from the 1600s...
And enjoy an entertaining reenactment.
Keep an eye on the
event calendar to stay up to date on coming events. Maryland Day is on March 25th, and it's an event filled with pride for the Old Line State.
Or attend the annual spring celebration known as May Day on May 5th. Have fun dancing around the festive maypole...
And enjoy other colonial games that will keep you laughing and learning.
Perhaps everyone's favorite part of historic St. Mary's City are the ships. You can view cannon demonstrations or even take a tour of these grand structures.
We wouldn't be where we are today without historic St. Mary's City. Consider adding it to your Maryland bucket list, and enjoy! It's a great day trip for the entire family.
18751 Hogaboom Ln
St Marys City, MD 20686
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