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Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum

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Jean
Jean
September 14, 2020
560 scenic acres along the Patuxent River in Calvert County, Maryland, more than 65 identified archaeological sites, and 9,000 years of documented human occupation.
Polly
Polly
August 13, 2020
Large, historical park with trails, interactive exhibits, boat accessible
Becky
Becky
July 23, 2020
Great place to walk, kayak, learn about history and more.
Gail
Gail
January 23, 2020
Secluded shores and stunning sunsets over the Patuxent River call from Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum. Public archeological digs at this 17th-century tobacco farm as well as a Native American village museum with reconstructed dwellings blend a mix of history that stretches from the indigenous…
Camille
Camille
May 31, 2018
Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum is a 560-acre state park and museum located along the Patuxent River in St. Leonard, Calvert County, Maryland. The property of JPPM was given to the state of Maryland by Mary Marvin Patterson in 1983 in honor of her husband Jefferson Patterson, a U.S. diplomat. Many…

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“Go see the bald cypress trees and beautiful nature here. Exhibits offer an interactive look at local wildlife and cultural history of the area.”
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Lighthouse
“Constructed in 1883 at Drum Point to mark the entrance to the Patuxent River, this screwpile cottage-type light is one of only three remaining from 45 that once served the Chesapeake Bay at the beginning of the 20th century. Decommissioned in 1962, the lighthouse has been beautifully restored, complete with furnishings of the early 20th century. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Included in museum admission. ”
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Еда
“Nice atmosphere with occasional live music. Bring your own snacks. We like this place very much but recommend the beer and not the wine ”
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Museum
“The Sculpture Garden at Annmarie is comprised of 30 acres of forests, fields, and meadows situated alongside St. John's Creek. A paved walking path weaves throughout the forest and provides a serene setting for the large collection of outdoor sculpture. The Sculpture Garden is a great place to take a walk, or ride bikes, and is pet-friendly throughout the year, except during special events. Take time to explore the art and nature at Annmarie. In 1991, Francis and Ann M. Koenig donated this property to Calvert County with the intention that it be developed into a sculpture garden. Over the next decade, their dream took shape as six works of art were installed on the thirty acre property. These diverse pieces are fully integrated into the natural setting of the Garden and provide the opportunity to develop an appreciation for the seasonal changes inherent in outdoor art. In addition to the sculpture, the walking paths were created and the allies, or hallways, were cleared. The lovely allies allow visitors to look across Annmarie and have created areas for the installation of sculpture. In 2003, Annmarie became a member of the Smithsonian Institution's Affiliations Program. This program has allowed the Garden to borrow more than twenty-five pieces of sculpture form the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden. In 2008, the Arts Building and the Studio School opened, allowing Annmarie to dramatically expand its programs and activities. ”
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Кафе
“American traditional dining with the attached Next Door Lounge. No outdoor seating.”
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Местоположение
10515 Mackall Road
Saint Leonard, MD 20685
Номер телефона+1 410-586-8501
Сайтjefpat.org