About Cambridge MD
The historic and authentic Chesapeake town of Cambridge hugs the shores of the Choptank River. Rich in colonial heritage and maritime traditions, Cambridge is one of Maryland‚Äôs oldest colonial cities and boasts classic historic buildings, a fishing pier, lighthouse, museums and marinas.
Cambridge has a vibrant arts scene. The town hosts an Art Stroll that takes you through the Shopping and Arts district to the many unique studios and galleries in town. The Downtown stores are unique and range from antique to chocolate stores. The Historic District is lined with brick paved streets of historic buildings renovated to their former glory. Join a walking tour of the district and visit the oldest working crab house. The Richardson Maritime Museum honors Cambridge‚Äôs boat-building heritage and preserves the tradition of wooden boat building. Learn about the life of Harriet Tubman at the Harriet Tubman Museum. The nearby Blackwater Wildlife Refuge has paths for walking, biking and hiking and many waterways for canoeing, kayaking and fishing. Spend the day on the water fishing, sailing or swimming or catch a cruise on an authentic skipjack.
Cambridge has a diverse selection of waterfront cafes and restaurants, from crab cook-offs and Eastern Shore Seafood to French Cuisine. Take in the scenic views and watch the sunset over the Choptank River with your favourite meal after a day of exploring Cambridge and the nearby towns of Easton, Oxford, St Michaels and Tilghman Island.Eastern Shore Vacation Rentals is proud to offer a variety of Cambridge rentals, browse and book these beautiful properties today!