Come by boat or car!
410-745-2916 • 213 North Talbot Street • St. Michaels, Maryland, 21663
Dockmaster: VF Channel 16 or 410-745-4946
38° 47′ N
76° 13′ W
The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Maryland brings an authentic Chesapeake experience to each guest through a series of historic structures and boats, a working boatyard, plus year-round exhibitions and programs, all along a beautiful waterfront setting that has its own rich, Chesapeake history.
Your CBMM experience includes the opportunity to enjoy our changing and permanent exhibitions and waterfront park-like campus, while meeting real Chesapeake people, attending an event or program, or being out on the water on one of our boats. All ages and interests enjoy a memorable experience celebrating and learning more about the Chesapeake Bay’s culture, boats, seafood, and history with us.
And while you’re here, be sure to meet our mascot, “Chief Mousing Officer” and salty boatyard kitty Edna Sprit.DON'T MISS: 10 TERRIFIC REASONS TO VISIT CBMM in 2016!
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CBMM Dog Policy
Leashed dogs are permitted on CBMM’s grounds during regular business hours, with the exception of festival dates. For safety reasons, non-service dogs are not permitted on CBMM’s grounds during festivals.
CBMM Inclement Weather Policy
CBMM may from time to time be impacted by adverse weather conditions. CBMM will be closed if Talbot County public schools are closed. To check if Talbot County public schools are closed, please click here www.tcps.k12.md.us/.
Visitors are encouraged to take photos and video of their visit to the CBMM Campus.
Please note: The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum frequently takes photographs of programs and their participants as well as capturing daily life at the Museum. The photographs may be used for promoting the Museum in a number of formats. Permission is implied by your visit to the Museum.
Drone use over and on CBMM’s property is prohibited, unless prior approval is made. Please see the FAA requirements (updated 8/19/16) for operating a drone, which must first be met prior to any consideration. For more, email firstname.lastname@example.org.