The main charm of the town of St. Michaels, on the eastern shore of Chesapeake Bay in Maryland, lies with the eclectic collection of buildings which make up its central part.
Thirty five or so historic buildings, dating as far back as 1750, are clustered in a small number of streets near the harbor and make a walking tour of the town both easy and memorable.
Most of the thirty or so houses date from the 1800s and each has its own individual character.
The town offers a free and widely available “walking tour” brochure which contains detailed information about each building.
A great way to walk off our Chesapeake Bay oyster and Blue Crab lunch!
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