Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum reduces winter admission

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., is offering a reduced daily admission fee of just $5 per guest through the end of March. CBMM members enjoy free general admission all year long, as well as Museum Store discounts, free and reduced program fees, and more.

The one-day admission rate is offered to encourage guests to explore CBMM’s serene waterfront views, wide-open spaces, and interpretive educational exhibitions, all situated in a park-like setting along the Miles River and St. Michaels Harbor.

Current special exhibitions for guests to enjoy include Where Land and Water Meet: The Chesapeake Bay Photography of David W. Harp, on display in the Steamboat Building through September, and Adze to Whittling Knife: Chesapeake Boatbuilders as Decoy Carvers, which can be found in the Waterfowling Building.

The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum requires its guests to follow the Town of St. Michaels ordinance and to wear facial coverings inside buildings at all times and outdoors when within six feet of other guests. For membership contactless entry, please renew or purchase CBMM memberships online at cbmm.org/membership. Additional information on CBMM’s enhanced health and comfort measures and operational changes can be found at welcome.cbmm.org.

To learn more, visit cbmm.org

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum PHOTO BY GEORGE SASS

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