- The list below includes 33 free or cheap things to do in or near Snow Hill, Maryland, including 47 different types of inexpensive activities like National & State Parks, Historic Sites, Specialty Museums and Mini Golf.
- From Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum to Pocomoke River State Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Snow Hill and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Ocean City, Salisbury, Berlin and Delmar.
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Old Furnace Road, Snow Hill, MD 21863 MoreLess Info
Tourists who have visited the Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum has positive feedbacks and reviews on the blacksmith demonstration. They have a gift shop, historic church, blacksmith shop, broom maker and a museum of the town.
Pocomoke River State Park comprises of a varied terrain made up of both freshwater swamp as well as upland and is home to diverse flora and fauna. The park also offers many opportunities for recreation including fishing, camping, boating, hiking and more.
Assateague State Park is a public oceanfront park located on the northern end of Assateague Island whose beaches allow for a number of outdoor activities such as sightseeing, picknicking, fishing, beachcombing and more.
The Calvin B. Taylor House Museum is a fully restored 19th century mansion and grounds with exhibits covering not only the house itself, but also local culture. The famous 'Race of the Century' between Seabiscuit and War Admiral is one of the featured exhibits.
Burley Oak Brewing Company is a local brewery known for their flavourful beers. They give free tours every 3pm on weekends. They have outdoor seating, some tables to sit at the bar, a nice leather couch, and an area where you can buy shirts.
Spanning 11 acres on the edge of Schumaker Pond, wooded Schumaker Pond Park offers a pavilion/grill, playground, fishing dock, and an 18-hole disc golf course. Walking/hiking trails, picnic tables, and benches are spread throughout the park.
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6400 Hobbs Road, Salisbury, MD 21801 MoreLess Info
Located in Salisbury, Maryland, the Eastern Shore Hall of Fame Museum sits within the Arthur W. Perdue Stadium and is the home base of the Delmarva Shorebirds. The museum opens its doors prior to every Delmarva Shores home game.