18287 Cherryfield Road Drayden, MD 20630
Phone:301-994-1471 • www.stmarysmd.com/recreate/museums
One of the best preserved African-American schoolhouses in the country, the structure, built in the late 1800’s, dates to the era of segregated schools. Interpretive markers on the grounds tell its story. Tours by advance arrangement.
If you’re looking for a unique gift, stop by Cecil’s Old Mill in Great Mills.
The Mill is part of the Cecil’s Mill National Register Historic District along with Cecil Store, the Cecil family home and Old Holy Face Church.
Buying a locally made decorative item from one of the many artists and crafters at Cecil’s Old Mill can add a distinctive touch to your home.
20853 Indian Bridge Road California MD 20619
Today the mill serves as an outlet for locally made arts and crafts of the St. Mary’s County Art Association. It retains its water wheel and includes a display of artifacts. Cecil’s Store and Post Office is now Cecil’s Country Store selling antiques and collectibles.
6655 Rose Hill Road, Port Tobacco, MD 20677
Phone: 301-392-1776 • www.nps.gov/thst
Front of Haberdeventure
This site features Haberdeventure, the NPS-operated home of five generations of the Stone family, including Thomas Stone, one of Maryland’s signers of the Declaration of Independence. The site includes a visitor center and family cemetery.
3725 Dr. Samuel Mudd Road, Waldorf, MD 20601
Phone: 301-274-9358 • http://drmudd.org
Featured on “Maryland Civil War Trails: Escape of an Assassin,” the house and farm commemorate the life of Dr. Samuel Mudd, the physician who treated the injured leg of John Wilkes Booth after he assassinated President Abraham Lincoln in April of 1865.