Governor comes to Cambridge to celebrate revitalization projects
It was a big day in Cambridge June 10, as Maryland Governor Larry Hogan was here to celebrate three different revitalization initiatives!
It’s Travel & Tourism Week!
During Maryland Travel & Tourism Week (May 1-7, 2022), Dorchester County salutes its tourism partners – hotels, bed and breakfasts, restaurants, markets, shops, outfitters, and more! Governor Larry [...]
New shops and restaurants bloom in Dorchester County
This spring is seeing a good number of new restaurants, shops, and more blooming around Dorchester County on Maryland's beautiful Eastern Shore! Here’s the latest:
Maryland Governor proclaims “The Year of Harriet Tubman”
Governor Larry Hogan officially proclaimed 2022 as “The Year of Harriet Tubman” in Maryland as the state celebrated the 200th anniversary of the birth of the nation’s most renowned freedom fighter on March 12.
Honoring Harriet Tubman’s bicentennial in the place where she was born
The world is honoring Harriet Tubman throughout 2022, marking 200 years since her birth in Dorchester County on Maryland's Eastern Shore.
Get in the holiday spirit in the Heart of the Chesapeake
Get in the holiday spirit with small town holiday charm and Eastern Shore flavor! Enjoy two crab basket trees, three Christmas parades, a boat parade, gatherings with Santa...
Team sought for All American Road Interpretive Plan
Dorchester County Government is working on behalf of the Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway Alliance, a collaboration of the nine county tourism offices and three heritage area, to hire [...]
Eagleman: What’s going on around town during race week
The IRONMAN 70.3 Eagleman triathlon happens Sunday, June 13. Dorchester County Tourism has put together a roundup of what's happening around town during race week – beyond [...]
Impact Study of the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway Complete
May 13, 2021 – Dorchester County Office of Tourism – Cambridge, MD The Dorchester County Office of Tourism is proud to announce the release of the Community and [...]
Dorchester Tourism Director Amanda Fenstermaker to step down
We are wishing all the best to Amanda Fenstermaker, who is stepping down from her position as director of Dorchester County Tourism. Amanda will remain connected to Dorchester County as she is going to work contractually with the Heart of Chesapeake Country Heritage Area – a program of the Dorchester County Tourism Department.
Heritage Spotlight: Nanticoke Historic Preservation Alliance
The Nanticoke Historic Preservation Alliance are proud stewards of one of Dorchester County’s most interesting and intriguing historic structures, an old ivy-covered brick building located in the middle of what is known as “the Indiantown.” (Click on the headline to read more.)
Chesapeake Scenic Byway named All-American Road
The Chesapeake Country Scenic Byway (CCSB), which runs through Dorchester County, is among 15 new All-American Roads announced by the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration. Two of the 16 sites highlighted on the 400-mile Byway are in Dorchester County – Long Wharf in Cambridge and the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. (Click on the headline to read more.)