Tag Archives: Solomons

Back Creek Inn Bed and Breakfast

210 Alexander Lane • PO Box 520, Solomons
Phone: 410-326-2022 • Fax: 410-326-2946

This 1880 waterfront inn, offers seven rooms, private baths, fireplaces, full breakfast, gardens, private pier, walking distance to shops and restaurants. Rest and relaxation await.

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The “Wm. B. Tennison”

Located at the Calvert Marine Museum dock
14200 Solomons Island Rd. • PO Box 97, Solomons 20688
Phone: 410-326-2042 • Fax: 410-326-6691

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Enjoy a one-hour cruise around Solomons Harbor and the Patuxent River aboard the only Coast Guard-licensed log-hulled vessel in America.  Built in 1899, this National Historic Landmark was later converted from sail to power and served as an oyster buyboat until 1978.  Departs from the Calvert Marine Museum dock, weather permitting.  Assistance needed for wheelchair boarding (ramp).

J. C. Lore and Sons Oyster House

Owned and operated by the Calvert Marine Museum
Phone: 410-326-2042 • Fax: 410-326-6691

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Visit this restored 1934 seafood packing house to learn about the boom and decline of the region’s commercial seafood industries. The exhibits explore all aspects of oyster processing – from receiving oysters at the dock to storing, chucking, washing, packing and shipping the product to markets across the region. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Drum Point Lighthouse

14200 Solomons Island Rd. • PO Box 97, Solomons 20688
Phone: 410-326-2042 • Fax: 410-326-6691

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Drum Point Lighthouse dominates the Calvert Marine Museum’s waterfront. This screwpile, cottage-type light is only one of three remaining from 45 that once served the Chesapeake Bay at the beginning of the 20th century.

Calvert Marine Museum

14200 Solomons Island Rd. • PO Box 97, Solomons 20688
Phone: 410-326-2042 • Fax: 410-326-6691

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The Calvert Marine Museum is the only museum on the East Coast that is home to two lighthouses, rich maritime history and diversity of life in the Chesapeake Bay come alive. See a skates and rays exhibit, models, paintings, woodcarvings, aquariums, fossils and boats. Outdoor exhibits include a boat basin, river otter habitat and a recreated salt marsh.

Chesapeake Biological Laboratory Visitor Center (CBL)

1 William Street • PO Box 38, Solomons 20688
Phone: 410-326-7443 • Fax: 410-326-7438

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Founded by zoologist Reginald Truitt in 1925 on land donated by the people of Solomons, this is the oldest state-supported marine laboratory on the East Coast.  A part of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, CBL allows visitors to experience the scientific atmosphere of the research facility, learn about the ecology and natural resources of the Chesapeake Bay and the important contributions made by CBL scientists to our environmental heritage.