Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Adult Learning at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

The Museum offers many opportunities for adults to learn about the heritage, culture and environment of the Chesapeake Bay. For more information on guided tours, self-guided tours, and self-guided tour activities, contact group reservations at 410-745-4981 or mfisher@cbmm.org

 

Adults working with BoatsGuided and Self-Guided Tours

Visitors can easily explore the Museum through a self-guided tour using the campus map, however, the Museum's guided highlight tour introduces visitors to the Museum and the themes that run throughout its 10 exhibit buildings, floating fleet, and waterfront campus.

Our guided tours explore the rich heritage and culture of the Chesapeake Bay. Visitors learn how this estuary has shaped the lives of its inhabitants from early Native Americans to today's Chesapeake residents. Find out why the Chesapeake Bay plays an important role in our nation's story through our interactive, educationally rich exhibits. Discover through stories and oral histories how the Bay provided an avenue for trade, a plentiful food source for a growing country, a site for the fight for independence, as well as a popular recreation destination.

For more information on guided tours, self-guided tours, and self-guided tour activities, contact group reservations at 410-745-4981 or mfisher@cbmm.org

Educational Opportunities

Click on the following to learn more about the Museum's hands-on programs for adults:
Apprentice for a Day Program
Academy for Lifelong Learning
Sailing and Boater's Safety Programs
Model Guild or Model Sailing Club

Heirloom Garden Handout

 

 

 

 

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
213 N. Talbot St.
P.O. Box 636
St. Michaels, MD 21663
410-745-2916

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