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The Havre de Grace Maritime Museum, Havre de Grace

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  • We stopped by and everyone learned something new in a well planned space that is inviting for all ages. We plan to stop by again!  more »
  • Stopped here on a very rainy morning to take a break on the drive from Baltimore to Philadelphia. The museum is fairly small, but covers a number of topics from traditional working boats of the Chesap...  more »
  • A very nice place to spend a few hr.'s with your grandchildren. It makes for an interesting trip thru history & has quite a few interesting displays. The staff is quite knowledgeable & willing to help...  more »
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  • Love this place. Come visit this small but we'll kept and displayed museum. Watch folks working on boats, go to a program at the new educational center or go for live music.
  • Every display is very well done. Great gift shop.
  • Really nice, small maritime museum, when I visited (1/15/17) it had a great exhibit about Capt. John Smith's exploration of the Northern Bay looking for the Northwest passage it had a lot of very interesting information about the state of Native American Civilization at the time of his contact. Many well made models of skipjacks and other working vessels of the Chesapeake Bay, that they use as centerpieces to help explain the various ways that people worked and played during the heyday of the working Chesapeake.
  • This place was quiet lovely, a nice jog around, or taking a stroll or just trying to catch Pokemon, it's has great scenery! I only wish there were more interesting places to eat.
  • Lots of great things to see. Clean safe and secure.