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~Towns of Easton & St. Michaels~

Heart of Talbot County!






 

ST. MICHAELS, MD











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                The arts are alive and well! Theatre, museums, art galleries, antiques, and festivals. From fine dining to gallery walks, Easton is filled with charm and history. Easton, on Maryland's Eastern Shore, has been selected as the 8th Best Small Town in America, as well as one of the 100th Best Small Art Towns in America.

 

            The town's interesting ambiance reflects historic eclecticism. Throughout Easton, there is an exciting combination of colonial, federal, and Victorian architecture creating a picturesque streetscape.

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            Traditionally, Easton has been the hub of business activity in the county and also is known for its fine restaurants, enticing antique and art galleries and small boutique and specialty shops.



            For one weekend in November, Easton becomes the setting for the Waterfowl Festival, the original and still the premier event dedicated to an enjoyment of the arts and to wildlife conservation and education. Throughout the town, wildlife paintings, carvings, sculpture, photography, crafts, decoys, memorabilia, and events are coupled with Eastern Shore cuisine and good company. Easton is the county seat of Talbot County.




                                                           ~St. Michael's~

                The town that fooled the British! Slumbers on a beautiful cove of the Chesapeake - the heart and soul of the Chesapeake Bay, St. Michaels is a picture - perfect historic waterfront town that seems to live in a time warp - filled with an eclectic selection of shops and award winning restaurants, accommodations and attractions.

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                St. Michaels has been an active port in Maryland since the town was developed. Tourism is a big draw to this picturesque port town where vessels from all over the world visit. The world-class Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum captures the history of life on this beautiful estuary. Many of the shops on Talbot Street are historic houses which have been converted into businesses.