Worth a trip, had a great time. They have a section for the kids to dress as pirates and sailors. Great section on the American Indian.
Very interesting and very informative displays,my 8 year old grandson loved it.Its worth a look-see.
The Havre de Grace Maritime Museum is a tremendous place to spend an afternoon or so and learn all about the history of Havre de Grace, the State of Maryland, the Northeastern region, Harford County, etc. The exhibits are most informative and are growing all the time. There is ho admission fee; just a suggested donation of $2. The place... More
Very interesting collection of local maritime items and implements. Learned a lot about watermen and their profession. Don't miss it!
This is a small museum that explains the history of the Upper Chesapeake and Lower Susquehanna region. It talks about fishing, duck hunting, native americans, lighthouses and navigation. What is really interesting is the display of three petroglyphs that are adorned with native american symbols. They were retrieved before the Conowingo Dam was completed as the area they were found... More
I was first invited here to bless the first floating of a boat building class's final projects. I have since had the chance to meet many of the administration, and their devotion to their work is admirable. It's not just a final resting place for vintage items, but a lively center for the continuation of an important culture.
We visited this museum as part of our book club discussion group. It is a wonderfully spacious museum with a number of changing exhibits. It has wonderful examples of maritime travelling from the history of European settlement of the Chesaoeake Bay.
This is a VERY small museum. Even so, they did a nice job making the most of what they had. Their exhibits range from 1600's Native American through early 20th century. Don't plan on being here more than 30-45 minutes. There is a suggested donation of $2, which I feel is about right for you get. Clean bathrooms, easy parking... More
I used to go to the museum and get live demonstrations from the Boat Building School. Since they were kicked out, there isn't much left. At least the Boat School found a new home in North East. Save your time and go to a Maritime Museum with boats!
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