- TripBuzz found 79 things to do indoors in the Stevensville area. From Blackwater Distilling to Kent Island Federation of Art Inc, Stevensville offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 135 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 63 different types of things to do inside in or near Stevensville, Maryland. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Art Gallery, Distilleries, Winery/Vineyard and Arts & Crafts Classes.
- There are 6 indoor activities in Stevensville, and 73 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Easton, Bowie, Annapolis and St. Michaels.
Blackwater Distilling makes a variety of distinctive craft spirits, using organic and locally grown ingredients. Specialties include Sloop Betty Vodka, Sloop Betty Honey, and Picaroon Maryland Rum. The distillery offers tours for visitors.
Featuring a collective of local artists, Kent Island Federation of Art Inc has exhibits that display art in mediums like oil, watercolor, photography, and sculpture. The center also hosts workshops for metal smithing and life drawing.
The Kifa Arts Gallery is an art gallery that also holds special events including horseback riding demos, kayaking, basket raffles, and hayrides. The gallery displays temporary exhibits with sculptures, photographs, and prints.
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An interesting historical building designed in the Classical architectural style, the Historic Stevensville Bank was originally constructed in 1903. The bank has now been converted into a working law office.
Featuring a permanent exhibit, Annapolis Maritime Museum is filled with artifacts detailing the ecological and maritime history of the region. The museum hosts special events like a summer concert series, art exhibits, and lectures.
One of the oldest service academies in the country, the U.S. Naval Academy provides undergraduate training to students who serve as officers in Navy and Marine Corps post-graduation. Visitors are invited for guided tours of the campus which includes museums, visitor center and more.
Arts and architecture of the 18th century is on display at Hammond-Harwood House. Take a tour to see exhibits like a gentlemen's study. Colonial guides are on hand to provide a more detailed account of the displays.