Immerse yourself in the rich heritage of Dorchester County...
Attractions in Historical Tours
BPPA is your one-stop outfitter for your outdoor entertainment! Offering rentals of bicycles, kayaks, motorboats, personal watercraft; guided cycling and paddling tours; sunset cruises on the Choptank River, shuttle service, and more.
An authentic Chesapeake town on Maryland's storied Eastern Shore, historic downtown Cambridge is in the midst of an exciting renaissance. The city dates back to 1684.
Dorchester Heritage Museums and Gardens includes the Meredith House Family Life Center, the Goldsborough Stable, the Stronghouse and Herb Garden, the Neild Museum, the Robbins Heritage Center and the Waterfront Walk on Shoal Creek.
In 1975 the entire town was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Underground Railroad 'conductor' Harriet Tubman was born in Dorchester County. At this small museum in downtown Cambridge, learn about the strength, courage, and determination of this remarkable woman. 2013 marks 100 years since Harriet's passing.
A driving tour highlighting sites that tell the story of the Underground Railroad and "conductor" Harriet Tubman, who was born here and led many out of slavery to freedom in the mid 1800s. The Tubnan Centennial will be celebrated throughout 2013.
Dorchester is one of the oldest counties in Maryland and its early history was intimately tied to religion.
History comes alive in one of the oldest towns in Maryland, as Saturday morning guided walking tours are available April through October. Customized walking, small bus or motor coach tours are available for groups of all sizes throughout the year.