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Calvert Marine Museum
At the mouth of the Maryland's Patuxent River, you'll find the Calvert Marine Museum, an institution dedicated to introducing visitors of all ages to the natural and cultural history of the Chesapeake Bay. Located at the confluence of the Patuxent River and the Chesapeake Bay, the museum tells the story of Southern Maryland through well-researched paleontology, aquariums with local sea life, and the stories and legends of Maryland's maritime traditions.
- Size: The museum embraces the full scope of the region's maritime life. Facilities include exhibition galleries, Discovery Room, a marsh walk, and Museum Store.
- Eye Catcher: Any maritime museum worth its salt has a solid collection of wooden boats. The Calvert Museum is no different; here, you can explore the canoes and dinghies at the 6,000 square-foot small crafts building, where volunteer artisans also preserve and explore the vintage art of shipbuilding.
- Permanent Mainstay: Be sure to visit the museum's river otter habitat where a pair of the lively marine mammals caper and gambol in an 8,000-gallon outside wetland habitat.
- Don’t Miss: The Drum Point Lighthouse, the museum’s only furnished cottage-style lighthouse existing on the Chesapeake Bay.