- TripBuzz found 41 things to do with kids in or near Cambridge, Maryland, including 29 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. Michaels, Easton and Tilghman.
- From Blackwater Paddle & Pedal to Lucky Dog Catamaran Company, the Cambridge area offers 73 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Boat Rentals, Bowling and Movie Theaters.
- A large city on Maryland's east coast, Cambridge is a lakefront community with several historic districts including its downtown area. Downtown Cambridge is made up of a mixture of cafes, fine dining restaurants and specialty shops. A thriving arts and culture community, the city is also home to various art galleries along with the Dorcester Center for the Arts.
SegZone is a local tour operator which specializes in guided eco-friendly Segway tours of Annapolis and its numerous historic sites featuring colonial architecture as well as many other local attractions.
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The primary focus of the Historic London Town & Gardens is a historic area that includes reconstructed colonial buildings, an archaeological site, and the 1760 William Brown House. The on-site gardens feature seasonal ornamental plants and a one-mile walking trail.
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.
Visitors to the William Paca Garden can enjoy serenity and beauty with a 45-minute tour, offered daily (fee applies). The two-acre garden is located at the Paca House, a restored 18th-century mansion reflecting the English country villas of the time.
Since 1984, Womanship has been the first and leading sailing school that was designed completely by women for the teaching of women. In addition to instruction for couples, families, and corporate groups, there is a young course for girls in grades 7 through 12.
Built in 1772, Maryland State House is the oldest operating state capitol in the country and features the largest wooden dome built in America without the use of nails. Guided tours of the capitol and the surrounding gardens are available.
Get a history lesson at Banneker-Douglas Museum, the State of Maryland's official museum of African-American heritage. Exhibits, programs and projects help paint a picture of this rich cultural heritage. Admission is free.