New Exhibit at St. Michaels Museum


Our new exhibit about Historic St Mary’s Square is open. St Mary’s Square has a long history covering two hundred and forty-one years. It was the center of a 1778 town plan put together by English factor James Braddock during the American Revolution. Braddock’s plan featured the Square surrounded by twenty lots, a market house and two entrances gates, a north gate and south gate. It was the center of the early town with St. Michaels 1st Methodist church, Sardis Chapel, and schools including the 1880 High School, now the location of St Michaels Museum.We are located at 201 E. Chestnut St, on historic St. Mary’s Square, in St Michaels where there is usually plenty of street parking. The St. Michaels Museum is open Fridays from 1-4, Saturdays 10-4, Sundays 1-4. For more information call 410-745-9561 or check the website at

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