Nestled on Maryland’s Eastern Shore lies a quaint water town with a rich history. St. Michaels, Maryland, although small in size, is certainly not lacking in things to do and see. If you blink you may miss this little town, but it would be in your best interest not to. Known as “the town the fooled the British,” for its small, but inspiring role in the War of 1812, this historic port city is home to landmarks and decades of maritime history.
This Talbot County town boasts a variety of shops, boutiques, a winery, brewery and endless scenic views. Talbot Street, the heart of the shopping district, hosts a variety of novelty shops that are famous for their local flare and offering Eastern Shore inspired wares. The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is another must-see when you visit St. Michaels. Visitors are welcome to take a boat ride on the Miles River or check out the exhibits and vessels while exploring the history of the Chesapeake Bay. The town is also abundant in restaurants like Town Dock Restaurant and The Crab Claw serving up fresh seafood dishes that are so quintessentially St. Michaels. If you don’t fancy seafood there are plenty of other options that are sure to tickle your taste buds. The fun doesn’t stop there, St. Michaels hosts many well-known local events year round. Plan your visit during OysterFest, WineFest, Christmas in St. Michaels or the Antique & Classic Boat Show.
Whether a history buff or just looking for a little R&R, St. Michaels is perfect for a day trip or a weekend getaway. St. Michaels has a unique local feel that is sure to charm the pants off of any passerby. Even if you aren’t a local here you will be treated as one. Come experience the small-town charm for yourself.