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Fresh from their land to your plate, the La Plata Farmers Market offers fresh produce you and your family can enjoy. Enjoy seasonal fruits, vegetables, and plants all grown...
This historic house has collections of 1800-1865 furnishings and decorative arts, archival and photographic material relating to the Lincoln assassination, Civil War era and...
This fort across the Potomac from Mount Vernon was built to protect Washington, D.C. Construction was begun in 1814 to replace an 1809 fort destroyed by the British.
Military museum housed in 1824 Fort Washington with 1817 Commandant's house.
In 1770, when Thomas Stone began the construction of his home he was a modest family man with a promising career as a lawyer and local political figure. Haberdeventure, which...
Habre-de-Venture, a Georgian mansion built in 1771 near Port Tobacco, Maryland, was the home of Thomas Stone from 1771 to 1787. A signer of the Declaration of Independence, Stone...
Outdoor living history museum of Colonial farming practices.
Come and KICK UP YOUR HEELS and Boot Scoot along with the Humane Society of Charles County at the
2nd Annual Bow Wow Beer, Boots & Boogie being held at the Charles County...
The farmers market in Charlotte Hall offers only the freshest, local produce Maryland can offer. In addition to the farm fresh fruits and vegetables the market also offers fresh...
This historic house has archaeological artifacts, an underground brick burial vault and period furniture.
Collections of farm tools, dental office equipment, hand tools, storekeeper's supplies and more.
Live harness racing and simulcast wagering.
Mount Vernon was the beloved home of George and Martha Washington from the time of their marriage in 1759 until General Washington's death in 1799. He worked tirelessly to expand...