The Eastern Shore

Maryland's Eastern Shore is readily accessible from the north via any number of routes out of eastern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware and from the east out of Delaware. The William Preston Lane Jr. Bridge, "the Bay Bridge," crosses the Chesapeake Bay northeast of Annapolis; its dual spans stretch 4.5 mi across.

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  • 1. Sultana

    Nautical Site/Lighthouse

    This reproduction of a 1768 Colonial schooner by the same name was launched in 2001. With a length of 97 feet, the original Sultana was the...Read More

  • 2. Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

    Museum/Gallery

    One of the region's finest, this nine-building complex chronicles the Bay's rich history of boatbuilding, commercial fishing, navigating, and...Read More

  • 3. Dumser's Dairyland

    Restaurant

    Jacob Fussell began a wholesale ice-cream business in Baltimore in 1851, the first in the United States. Today privately owned and operated...Read More

  • 4. Trimper's Amusement Park

    Amusement Park/Water Park

    At the south end of the boardwalk, this thrill center has a "boomerang" roller coaster; the rickety and terrifying "Zipper" wood coaster; and...Read More

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