Downtown Havre de Grace is an experience in unique shops, galleries, cafes, antique shops, and fine restaurants, which offer the freshest of seafood. Historic attractions include Concord Point Lighthouse, in operation since 1827.
Conveniently located near Baltimore, Wilmington, Washington DC, and Philadelphia, Havre de Grace is a blending of history and waterfront, exhibited in the Maritime Museum, which celebrates boat building. Visit the Martha Lewis, one of the last commercial oyster boats sailing in the U.S. Visitors may see an authentic Lock and Lock Tender's house at the Susquehanna Museum of Havre de Grace.
The Steppingstone Museum demonstrates the rural arts and crafts of the 1880-1920 period and is one of several historic attractions located at Susquehanna State Park. The park offers picnicking, camping, and hiking opportunities.
Havre de Grace offers more than 200 special events yearly, so secure your Maryland Bed and Breakfast Association accommodations early. You will find staying in these relaxing B&B inns to be a very pleasant alternative to typical hotel lodging while in Havre de Grace, MD.