Cambridge, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore is a small town that is growing its art scene, making it a destination to visit and stay, not just a stop along the way. Enjoy beautiful water views, a charming Main Street vibe and some legit Eastern Shore fare.
Here is a roundup of some places to check out on your spring escape to Cambridge.
Main Street Gallery
Currently featuring “Stories” – Internationally renowned visionary folk
artist Danny Doughty.
Open Fridays thru Sundays from 11-4.
518 Poplar St.
Dorchester Center for the Arts
Currently featuring “100 Choptanks” – photos by John Lewis.
Open Friday & Saturday 10am-4pm.
321 High St.
Showcasing the work of local artists. Inside Chesapeake College.
418 Race St.
Downtown Frame of Mine
Find one of the greatest collections of fine original art.
319 High St
Spring merchandise is arriving. Simply Southern bags, backpacks, jewelry cases, coolers, and totes, ranging from $10-$25. Adorable, patterned reader glasses just $10. Some winter merchandise is 50% off.
510 Poplar St.
Spring has sprung inside of Craig’s. Bamboo plates and trays, new garden flags and a new shipment of Spartina wallets and accessories.
409 Race St.
Beautiful clothes, reasonable prices. New Spring arrivals. Dresses, tops, pants, jewelry, accessories, and even tanning. Stop in.
Mon & Tues 10-4, Wed & Thurs. 10-5, Fri & Sat 10-6, Sun 11-3.
406 Race St.
Honey Bee Trading Post
More than just a cup of tea. Delicious flavors from Brew Tea Co.; English Breakfast, Jasmine Green, Moroccan Mint just to name a few. And don’t forget the honey.
432 Race St.
Trend Settaz Boutique
NOW OPEN! Trendy fashions for women and
men at reasonable prices.
612 Race St.
For more information, visit www.downtowncambridge.org.