Just a short drive from Baltimore and Washington D.C., St. Mary's colonial heritage will make you think you are a world away! Cradled by the Potomac and Patuxent rivers and the Chesapeake Bay, St. Mary's has 500 miles of shoreline and is the perfect setting to soak-in autumn's glory.
St. Mary's popular new dining spot features a vibrant space that pairs artisan crafted food and beer. Enjoy freshly prepared, creative menus highlighting local flavors.
Prize includes dining certificate for $80.
Just a few years old, the winery is already producing exceptional award-winning wines.
The winery is adjacent to McIntosh Run, a forested tidal run that spills out into Breton Bay.
Sit back, sip back and enjoy! The winery is on the Patuxent Wine Trail.
Prize includes wine tasting for six and souvenir glasses.
Historic St. Mary's City is an exciting mix of colorful living history and fascinating archaeology, all set in a beautiful tidewater landscape. Maryland's first capital invites you to explore the life ways of Maryland's first settlers.
Prize includes complimentary admission for four.
The elegant 1840s Inn at Brome-Howard is on the grounds of Historic St. Mary's City, a National Historic Landmark, and surrounded by fields and forests by the banks of the St. Mary's River.
Prize includes lunch for four.
Chesapeake Conservancy Watermen Heritage Certified! You will be introduced to the charm, natural beauty, heritage and delicate balance of Maryland's estuaries, traveling along the same waterways as Captain John Smith and the first settlers of Maryland.