160 Scheeler Rd.
Chestertown, MD 21620
Phone: (410) 810-0555
Fax: (410) 810-0286
160 Scheeler Rd., Chestertown, MD, US, 21620
- Phone: (410) 810-0555
- Fax: (410) 810-0286
Learn about traditional boatbuilding techniques using Sultana as a case study for 18th century naval architecture during the hands-on, interactive one-hour tours of the Sultana shipyard are offered to students of all ages. Activities include viewing photographs taken during Sultana's construction phase, learning caulking skills on a caulking wall, handling traditional boatbuilding tools, and burning and scraping a dugout canoe.
Top of the line theatrical and musical productions are featured at the Garfield Center for the Arts at the Prince Theatre.
The Shrewsbury Church welcomes one and all to this beautiful parish designed in the Gothic Revival and Vernacular Gothic styles of architecture. The church welcomes all the people to gather together as one family in faith to worship the Lord. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it dates back to 1834.
The music-loving people of Rock Hall have relied on this quirky little concert venue for their fix of classic jazz, bluegrass and American roots music performances, ever since it opened its doors in 1997. Although smaller than most of the prominent concert venues you might have come across, the intimacy it offers along with the camaraderie of the eclectic crowd, matches no other. The experience is further enhanced by the use of a state-of-the-art sound system. In the past, artists and bands like Chuck Redd, Gene Bertoncini and The Preservation Hall Jazz Band have graced the stage and gave out some scintillating performances. So choose your favorite spot on the sofa or arm chair, and gear up for an exciting performance at The Mainstay.
Stem Graphics is a clothing print shop for designers, small enterprises, apparel companies, artists and bands. They do screen prints on anything from the standard tees to customized designs through either plastisol or water-based hand inks. They also have a performance space for local bands and is equipped with a good sound system. Some of their previous listings are Kill Lincoln, The Best of the Worst and Roomrunner.
Bengies is the proud owner of America's biggest movie theater screen, which measures a whopping 52 feet high and 120 feet wide, meaning that you'll get a good view no matter where you are in the parking lot. Open since 1956, this iconic features a concession stand, children's playground and onsite bathrooms. The theater features triple show nights on the weekends and tends to host classic movies, and cult favorites along with the latest box office hits. Check the website for showtimes and drive-in rules.