Nestled on the banks of the Choptank River sits the historic and authentic Chesapeake town of Cambridge, one of Maryland’s oldest colonial cities. Rich in colonial heritage and maritime traditions, Cambridge has beautiful buildings, a lighthouse, fishing pier, museums, parks and marinas.
Arts, History & Nature
Visit the Shopping and Arts District to explore the unique stores, studios and galleries. Take in the vibrant arts scene of Cambridge on the Art Stroll through the many one of a kind studios and galleries. Explore the brick paved streets in the Historic District to see classic old buildings returned to their former glory. Watch old-school boat builders restore classic wooden boats or join a cruise on an authentic skipjack. Go fishing, sailing or swimming or tee off at one of the golf courses nearby. The Blackwater Wildlife Refuge has paths for hiking, walking or biking and waterways for canoeing and kayaking. Crab cook-offs are a fun pastime but Cambridge has a diverse range of restaurants and waterfront cafés, the best way to end your day embracing the scenic views and an inspiring sunset along the banks of the Choptank River.
Explore the surrounding area with visits to Tilghman Island, Easton, Oxford and St Michaels.
Cambridge, a charming place to visit.