July 13 - August 24, 2019


10 am to 4 pm on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday 

The Oxford Museum

101 S. Morris St.

Oxford, MD 21654

Phone: (410) 226-0191
Email: theoxfordmuseum@gmail.org

Talbot County is the home of the nation's oldest privately operated ferry service, which crosses the Tred Avon River between Oxford and Bellevue.

Water/Ways will be on display in the Saint Paul's Pilgrim Holiness Church, on the corner of Morris and South Streets.

The Oxford Museum began in 1964 with a collection of 18th and 19th century bottles and pottery shards unearthed on local property. From these first artifacts the Museum has grown to become a valuable partner in the preservation and celebration of more than 325 years of Oxford history. Annually changing exhibits are designed to illustrate Oxford’s people, their way of life, and their place in the nation’s story since the 1600s. The Museum’s collections and educational programs continue to expand to help both residents and visitors better understand Oxford’s past, present and future.

Oxford Museum's partners are Oxford Community Center, Oxford Parks and Recreation, Eastern Shore Land Conservancy; with support from the Oxford Garden Club and Oxford Volunteer Fire Company Auxiliary.


Maryland Humanities is a statewide, educational nonprofit organization that creates and supports educational experiences in the humanities that inspire all Marylanders to embrace lifelong learning, exchange ideas openly, and enrich their communities.

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