4.5 based on 83 reviews
The original house of Dr. Samuel Mudd, the physician who set the leg of John Wilkes Booth.
Very well maintained & interesting home, filled with artifacts from the Mudd family - including the chaise where JWB was diagnosed, and the bed where he was treated. The guide did a great job of describing not only the events surrounding that fateful night, but also shared anecdotes about many of the items on display. Definitely worth a visit!
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Thomas Stone is one of the least known of America's founding fathers. Wealthy and very respected, Stone chose not to seek attention but serve his nation quietly in the shadows of Washington and Franklin. The tour of the home is fascinating given the unique design. This is a hidden gem.
4.5 based on 33 reviews
Went to see "Don't Dress for Dinner" recently and enjoyed the entire experience (well, maybe not the intermission - felt like a sardine in a can and when the outer doors opened...oh my!). Production values are solid, set was incredible and beautifully decorated. Cast was small but talented. Looking over their bios in the playbill it would appear that PTP has a core group of veteran actors that comprise many of their productions. This is a solid indication of a well run company. Kudos on an excellent performance - we'll be back!
5 based on 1 reviews
Huntt’s Tavern is located just 20 minutes from the beltway in Pomfret, Maryland. Our tavern offers a friendly atmosphere where you can shoot pool, play darts, watch your favorite sporting events and share a brew with your friends. Take a moment to browse our website and read about our services and events. Daily Happy Hour from 3pm - 7pm ($1.50 drafts) Free Pool! Jukebox & more! We look forward to seeing you soon!
love the fact that they have free pool tables, always a friendly crowd and no trouble. also they have life music and kareoke on weekends even Sunday nights.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
We had read about this church on Trip Advisor and decided to explore St. Mary's County on a surprisingly cool summer day. When we arrived at the church, we simply had to take dozens of panoramic photos looking from the church to the Potomac River in the distance. The view was stunning, and we wandered around the historic cemetery for about 20 minutes. As we were wandering, the pastor of the church came out and gave us a personal guided tour, filling in the long history of this, the oldest continuously operating Roman Catholic parish in the United States. The Jesuit missionaries who founded it also founded the lovely, nearby tiny church called St. Frances Xavier, also worth visiting.
Don't miss the small octagonal Baptistry, a room to the right of the altar. The embroideries are truly special, as is the other art.
As other reviewers have noted, there are many parks in this area worth visiting, including Chapel Point and St. Mary's Lake State Park. And...if you want to follow in our footsteps for a wonderful day...stop for lunch at the Café des Artistes in Leonardtown. Check out the Trip Advisers reviews and the website menus.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
As a small business in Charles county, I really try to support my local small business. Have spent many memorable evenings there. But the cost to promote my business was mind boggling. I always believe that you get MORE customers by pricing yourself reasonably. Maybe Regency (and the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs) could price themselves reasonably for local small businesses to get THEIR word out. I hope to see you next season.
4 based on 78 reviews
I can't say enough good things about the movie. However, the theater is another story entirely. It seems hard to believe that this theater underwent a major renovation less than 10 years ago. Again, it has been destroyed. Upkeep is DEFINITELY not a high priority. The theater is in great need of a thorough cleaning, starting with the bathrooms, then the seating, & especially the carpet. Upon entering the individual theaters, especially #7 & #9 they smell like a gymnasium; not to mention the humidity levels that keep them musty/moldy smelling. An industrial humidifier with the HVAC system would work wonders. On the upside; the location & the convenience of online seat ordering & payment can't be beat.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Interesting Civil war story and connections. Great Local history of early Colonial history and Tobacco trade. The Tour guides were interesting and knowledgable. The stag house and reconstructed courthouse are worth at least spending about 45mins to review. They have a few picnic benches in green area and several historic signs. Good to combine with a visit to Thomas Stone National Historic Site a few miles north, and the beautiful Saint Ignatius Church just to the south.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
There are so many things to do here! The ice skating is amazing year round, but wear a coat and gloves! There's a gym too, a climbing wall, and sports facilities (basketball courts, indoor hockey, soccer). I've been to a few birthday parties for children here and they're handled well (cost is similar to other party places in the area).
5 based on 3 reviews
Ryan and Walker the owners are hands on for every step of operating the distillery,the tour very informative with great family history, you see every step of the operation all hand done all there products very good with great flavor, definitely a must do in Southern Maryland
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