Sleep Inn Salisbury
406 Punkin Ct
Salisbury, MD 21804
Phone: (410) 572-5516
Fax: (410) 677-4713
The eminent Salisbury Zoo Park was established and opened its doors in 1954. The Salisbury Zoological Park or the Salisbury Zoo is home to varied species of animals and birds. You can also avail the guided tour facility with prior appointment. Check website for details.
Noted for exterior details, including Palladian and bullseye windows and finely carved interior woodwork. Built 1795-1805 in the transitional Georgain style. Poplar Hill is open for tours on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month from 1 - 4 p.m.
Built for Colonel Isacc and Ann Handy in 1741 and is a typical 18th-century Eastern Shore plantation house; noted for its interior paneling. May thru September.
Open April thru October, 2-4pm. Restored one-room school, which served the educational needs of this rural area from 1872 to 1939.
This park offers 262-acres with nature trails. Pemberton Hall is also on the park grounds. This was one of the first established plantations in Wicomico County.
Ferry guided by cable across Wicomico River. Carries two cars and foot passengers. Hours March-September: Monday-Friday, 7am-6pm; October-Feburary: Monday-Friday, 7am-5pm; Saturday, 7am-1pm.
Among about a dozen churches along the Atlantic Coast to survive unaltered since America's pre-Revolutionary period, Old Christ Church has never had plumbing, heat, or electricity. There is a monthly Sunday service at the church at 9:30 beginning the first Sunday of May to the first Sunday of October. Tours may be given after the service.
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore in Princess Anne, Maryland, is a product of the University System of Maryland. Established in 1886, the university was founded with the intention of serving the black community in the United States. The university consists of five schools and has produced many notable alumni, especially in the field of sports and athletics.
The San Domingo School is a significant school site and occupies immense monumental value. It was constructed in 1919, and concentrated on providing education to the younger generation of the African-American community. This school facilitated opening up of different educational avenues for the African-Americans in Wicomico County.
This pristine park is located right on the shores of the Nanticoke River. The park is also known for its monument to Captain John Smith, who passed through the area while he was navigating Chesapeake Bay on his exploration of North America.
The Samuel Gunn House is a monumental home that was constructed approximately around 1780. It stands stern as one of the most well preserved and ably managed homes of the 18th Century in Worcester County. This house that is similar to a Georgian town house, is also included in the National Register of Historic Places.
Owned by the Seaford Historical Society, this 20-acre plantation features a brick, Italian Villa-style mansion, granary, carriage house, barns, a corn crib, ham house, restored honeymoon cottage, and Delaware's only documented log slave quarters.