- TripBuzz found 113 things to do with kids in or near St. Michaels, Maryland, including 101 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Annapolis, Edgewater, Cambridge and Stevensville.
- From Calico Toys & Games to Country Comfort Farm, the St. Michaels area offers 102 different types of family activities, including: Sailboat Tours, History Museums, Specialty Museums and Toy Stores.
- St. Michaels in a charming nautical city located on Chesapeake Bay. Established in 1677, the town that was once a tobacco grower and ship builder is now a tourist community home to just over 1,000 residents. Visitors enjoy the colorfully vibrant downtown district, historical landmarks, and the local art gallery and maritime museum in addition to water recreation.
An equestrian facility established in 1978, Country Comfort Farm offers an array of services, including horse boarding, rehabilitations, trail riding, horse training for shows and competitions, and riding lessons. The farm also sells horses.
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.
Offshore Sailing School is a place gain everything necessary for a complete sailing adventure and direct experience in the overall lifestyle. Award-winning, top-tier instruction ensures all whom attend, get the best possible experience for the future as a sailor.
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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.
Patriot Cruises offers cruises on their two-level 149 passenger boat on the Miles River, part of the largest estuary in the Western Hemisphere. While onboard, listen to a historic narrative of the area, enjoy drinks from the full bar, and buy food.
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.