Highlights include a giant carved wooden Ferris wheel, old-fashioned carousel and a steam train.
Riders soar through the air over the legendary Budds Creek Motocross Park, home to the AMA Nationals, three World Championships and racing nearly every weekend in the summer. Clement’s Island Museum (located on the mainland) and learn about the history of the early colonists through to the watermen of today, then board the ferry to explore the 40-acre island where Maryland’s first European settlers landed.
The Blessing of the Fleet in October is a great time to visit.
Then, visit the woodworking shop and witness the traditional craft of Chesapeake boat builders.
Travel this trail to tour the vineyards of Southern Maryland.
Samuel Mudd became part of American history when John Wilkes Booth fled here after assassinating President Abraham Lincoln.
The doctor treated Booth’s broken leg, forever disparaging the name “Mudd.” Touch a live skate or ray at one of the museum’s aquariums and marvel at the massive 35-foot-long Megalodon Shark skeleton, reconstructed based on fossils discovered nearby.This beautiful plantation on the Patuxent once welcomed George Washington and offers a rare glimpse back in time with buildings dating back more than 300 years, including a rare, preserved slave cabin. Home to one of the Union’s most infamous prisoner-of-war camps, Point Lookout has been called the most haunted place in America.The park is also home to the beautiful Point Lookout Lighthouse and great fishing!Tour the 17th-century plantation with heirloom livestock and living historians, then visit an ongoing archeological dig as researchers peel back the layers of history revealing our colonial past.More about top things to see and do in historic St. Ever wonder where the saying “Your name is Mudd,” came from? Now part of the “Escape of the Assassin Trail,” this former home of Dr.Inhabited and animated by more than 150 actors, including entire families, the village takes visitors back in time to Judea of 2,000 years ago, complete with oil lamps, turn mills, grazing animals, crafts areas teaching traditional skills and folklore, a tavern and, of course, a grotto housing baby Jesus.