Named one of the best small towns in America, Easton, Maryland is a haven of quiet streets and quirky festivals. First settled in the 17th century, Easton has remained an active community since Colonial times. The Third Haven Meeting House, built in 1682 by the local Quakers, is still used for Sunday meetings to this day. Visit during the annual Waterfowl Festival, when residents deck their historic homes with green boughs, and local artists pay tribute to the Canadian Geese flying overhead.
Restaurants in Easton
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Hungry for a taste of Easton, St. Michaels or Cambridge but don't know where to start? Join our walking food tour as we experience the Eastern Shore one taste and sip at a time. The tours were created by local foodies who fell in love with the idea of blending culture, food, history, and adventure as a way to experience the wonders of the unique towns and communities of the beautiful Eastern Shore of Maryland. Lace up your walking shoes and be prepared to sample your way through individual tours of Historic Easton, St. Michaels, or Cambridge with an amazing cooking demonstrations, historic facts (with a dollop of colorful local lore), and sips and bites prepared by some of the restaurants and specialty shops that make our town so delectably unique! Full information on all of the Eating Eastern SHore Food Tours can be found on the Eating Easton website. Eastern Shore's Best Food on Foot.
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Believed to be the oldest frame building in continuous use in the U.S.
Wonderful people, interesting service, great sense of community and peace. Some of the comments during the services I have attended have really stayed with me, it's the wisdom of the massess kind of thing. Visit if you can and be sure to stay for coffee and cookies after the meeting Lots of history too, I think it's the oldest meeting house around.
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The mission of the Academy Art Museum is to provide the knowledge, practice, and appreciation of the arts and to enhance cultural life on the Eastern Shore by making available to everyone the Museum's expanding collection, exhibitions, and broad spectrum of arts programs.
If you're in Easton be sure to visit the Art Academy as their shows are always interesting with lots of local art presented in an elegant environment.
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While you are visiting the Eastern Shore, don't forget to drop in and visit our wonderful Amish & Farmers Markets! We are searching the Eastern Shore for Amish Markets, Farmers Markets and Flea Markets. Browse our online stores, find markets across the Eastern Shore, Register your market with us. Awesome furniture, food, crafts, handmade health products, sauces, fruits, produce, bakery items and more.
You can go here for your weekly shopping for all of the fresh delicious meats...All freshly homemade. They pick up your scrumptious baked goods, everything from whoopie pies , cakes , breads. All I'm sorry, you had better eat lunch there first....Just be careful...the food is so good you might need a nap after. Keep your eyes open for Homemade Easter Candies too.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
400-Acre Audubon Center and wildlife sanctuary that is open to the public to explore 365 days a year from sunrise to sunset, free of charge. 4+ Miles of trails through forest, field, warm season grass meadow, fresh and brackish wetlands and creek edge.
Excellent marshland walking trail Plenty of shore birds Well maintained Large creek and walking trails
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The Talbot Historical Society is located in Talbot County, MD. Its purpose is to offer historically significant and educational exhibits, research opportunities, programs and outreach to and for the benefit of Talbot County residents and visitors.
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