Tours at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
Guided and Self-Guided Tours | Adults | Kids | School Groups |Youth Groups | Tour Groups
General Tours| Highlight Tours | Specialty Tours| Youth & Adult Ecology Cruises
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum
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The Museum visitor has many options for touring the campus, including self-guided and guided walking tours, and scenic river cruises aboard the historic 1920 buyboat, Winnie Estelle. Museum staff is available in the Welcome Center to assist you in planning your visit, including the appropriate tour, the availability of special programs and exhibits to see, and general information.
Contact Visitor Services Manager Megan Fisher at email@example.com or call 410-745-4981 with questions or to book your tour at the Museum.
Visitors can easily explore the Museum through a self-guided tour using the Vistitor's Guide, however, the Museum’s guided highlight tour introduces visitors to the Museum and the themes that run throughout its 10 exhibit buildings, floating fleet, and waterfront campus.
Adult Guided tours for groups of 10 more visitors are also available with advance reservations.
Youth Guided tours for groups of 10 more visitors are also available with advance reservations.
Winnie Estelle Schedule: 30-minute cruises on the Miles River
May - September
Tickets are available at CBMM's Welcome Center, the day of your visit. Museum admission is additional for non-Mueum members and offers two days admission. All cruises are weather dependent.
The Winnie Estelle is available for private charters, and special adutl & youth education tours.
The Museum’s facilities are handicapped accessible, with the exception of the Hooper Strait Lightouse and the upper decks of the Boat Shop. When planning to visit or attend a program, please call ahead for assistance.
Pets are welcome on campus, when leashed and picked up after. Visitors are reminded to use trash and recycling receptacles available throughout campus. Small children must be accompanied by an adult around our waterfront areas, on docks and piers.