- The list below includes 36 free or cheap things to do in or near Cambridge, Maryland, including 68 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Art Gallery.
- From Sailwinds Park to Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Cambridge and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Easton, St. Michaels, Tilghman and Salisbury.
Opened in 2009, the Trippe-Hilderbrandt Gallery is an art gallery featuring works from several local artists. Photographs, watercolor paintings, and botanical arts are among the many varieties of work on display at the gallery.
Featuring 24 lanes, Easton Bowling Center provides open and league bowling as well as arcade games, billiards and Extreme Bowling events. The center is home to Good Time Charlie's, a 1950s-style diner offering food and drinks.
For lessons, fishing trips, and tours, visitors try Chesapeake Bay Fly Fishing with Captain Chris Newsome. Available lessons include fly casting, light tackle, fly tying, knots, fish cycles, and cast netting.
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605 S. Talbot St. #6, (In the Old Mill), St. Michaels, MD 21663 MoreLess Info
The Lyon Distilling Company is a micro distillery that creates ultra small batches of Rum and Whiskey. The distillery makes white rums, dark rums, bourbon aged rums, corn whiskey, and rye whiskey.
St. Michael's Museum is dedicated to preserving and celebrating local history. Housed in relocated buildings over a century old, it features collections of historical artifacts and curiosities. It offers guided walking tours of historical areas, as well.
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21604 Chicken Point, Tilghman, MD 21671 MoreLess Info
Phillips Wharf Environmental Center is an educational attraction designed to teach visitors about the various animals of the Chesapeake Bay area. It offers hands-on experiences with animals, and features an ecological focus.
93% 691 votes
213 N. Talbot Street, St. Michaels, MD 21663 MoreLess Info
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is home to a collection of diverse marine artifacts, demonstrations and a variety of small boats including crabbing skiffs, canoes and more. The museum also offers boat rides on Miles River.
In 1879, the screwpile lighthouse was constructed to light the way for boats using Hooper Strait to enter Chesapeake Bay, Tangier Sound, and Deals Island. The lighthouse was moved to its current location where visitors can visitors can climb the sea hatch and tend the lens.