Historic Dickens of a Christmas – Chestertown, MD
Founded in 1706 on the banks of the Chester River, Chestertown, Maryland, has been described as an “architectural tour de force.” Most of the homes, built in the 18th and 19th centuries, had at one time been the residences of watermen and seafarers, and many of these homes have since been expanded and adapted to today’s lifestyle. The countryside homes are located just outside of town, often situated on expensive waterfront settings. These houses should not be missed, as they display exquisite architectural details and are creatively set amidst the Eastern Shore landscape. For the holidays they will be dressed in holiday finery. The walking tour includes Washington Avenue, Mill Street and High Street. The houses are within walking distance of each other which gives visitors a great opportunity to stroll through the town and soak up the historic atmosphere. There will be a professional licensed shuttle bus service, which is included in the price of our tour. Lunch will be at The Kitchen Imperial Restaurant.
Cost includes transportation, tour, lunch, snacks and gratuities.
506 – $141
7 to 8:30 p.m.
8 a.m. to approximately 7 p.m.
Bus leaves Cheltenham High School promptly at 8 a.m.