Colorful living history and amazing archaeology reveal the past at Maryland's first capital. Explore a colonial plantation, tall ship, a brick chapel and an Indian hamlet. Visitors can see archaeological excavations and get their hands-on history with a great experience for all ages.
Church is built from colonial state house bricks dated 1676. St. Mary's Chapel is located in Ridge, eight miles from St. Mary's City.
America's roots of religious toleration run deep in Southern Maryland, where some of the nation's oldest churches are an indelible part of this peaceful, small-town landscape.