Getting Here and Around in St. Michaels


Getting Here and Around

Parking is a little problematic in crowded St. Michaels. There is a public lot in the south end of Talbot Street. Walking is the order of the day in this compact town. St. Michaels is probably the "cutest" of the adjacent communities, and many of the shops and restaurants are geared towards day tourists. The St. Michaels Trolley Company (410/745-5870 was started in the summer of 2010 and has a continuous circuit tour of the historic district. It's $10 for adults and $5 for children for an all-day pass.

Besides any number of tours by boat from several of the waterside towns on Maryland's and Virginia's Eastern Shore, there are day-trip tours into the region from Annapolis and Baltimore. Larger towns, including Annapolis as well as St. Michaels, are home port for diesel- or gasoline-powered tour boats and yachts.


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