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Welcome!

Nestled on the banks of the West River, we invite you to enjoy the beauty of our rainscape gardens, our outdoor exhibit, pier and the sweeping views of the Chesapeake Bay. We can’t wait to meet you!

PROPERTY & GARDENS
Open all year, dawn till dusk.
MUSEUM Open most Sundays,
1 to 4 p.m., April through November.
Closed on Holidays.

FREE ADMISSION
Leashed dogs welcome!

DIRECTIONS


Our mission is to engage our community and visitors with activities that explore evolving connections to the Chesapeake Bay through the prism of our historic home and waterfront property.


UPCOMING EVENTS . . .


 Yule Log Centerpieces-Make & Take
Sunday, 12/17 ♦ 1-4 pm
Workshop led by Art House 20765


Winter Luncheon Series

Come hear our engaging speakers. Then enjoy a delicious lunch of homemade soup, specialty breads, dessert, and beverages. Register below.

EVENT DETAILS


Gifts you won’t find in any store!

Choose It!” features interesting, useful & fun items for sale.  Each year it is launched at the Oyster Festival and then available throughout the year.  Spaces still remain in a few of the events and services. New opportunities will be added periodically.

TO VIEW WHAT’S AVAILABLE, CLICK HERE


Captain Avery Museum
Director Position

We are currently seeking a Museum Director with effective leadership skills and exceptional development and fundraising experience.

The Museum Director reports to the Board of Directors, serves as Museum’s primary community representative, and oversees Museum operations.

Major responsibilities include fundraising, grant writing, public relations, and external communication.

The ideal candidate will also possess non-profit management experience, preferably with a museum, and knowledge of /keen interest in the Chesapeake Bay and its history.

Click link below for details and submission requirements.

CAM Director Position Description