The Charming Maryland General Store That's Been Open Since Before The Civil War
There are endless historic places in Maryland, especially when it comes to the eastern shore area. That’s where you’ll find the Harriet Tubman Byway, and along that byway is the historic Bucktown General Store. This place has been open since before the Civil War and you can still tour it today. Read on, and consider seeing this fascinating spot in person.
You can learn more about this historic general store in Maryland by going to the store website and booking a tour (available by reservation only), visiting the Facebook page, or calling (410) 901-9255.
Have you ever been to the Bucktown General Store? If so, what was your favorite part? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
For more historic landmarks to explore, head to Annapolis. This city in Maryland has historic buildings on nearly every corner, AND every single one on the list is available for tours.
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Where can we find historic attractions in Maryland?
- Washington Monument State Park in Boonsboro features a rustic stone tower was built in honor of George Washington.
- Fort McHenry in Baltimore is where defenses were erected against an attack by the British Navy in the War of 1812.
- Antietam National Battlefield in Sharpsburg is where an estimated 23,000 soldiers were killed.
Read on to learn more about the many historic attractions in Maryland.
Where can we find museums in Maryland?
- Port Discovery in Baltimore is an interactive children's museum that’s fun for the entire family.
- The Glenstone in Potomac features post-World War II works of art from artists around the world.
- The William P. Didusch Center for Urological History in Linthicum is quirky but important as the headquarters of the American Urological Association.
Read on to learn more about the many wonderful museums in Maryland.
Where can we find hiking trails in Maryland?
- The Billy Goat Trail in Potomac is an eight-mile round-trip hike not far the center of from Washington, D.C.
- The Red Trail to Calvert Cliffs in Lusby is a 1.8-mile trail featuring rustic boardwalks and swampland views.
- The Maryland Heights Trail in Knoxville is a 2.5-mile hike offering jaw-dropping views of Harpers Ferry.
Read on to learn more about the many great hiking trails in Maryland.