Restaurants, shops, museums, galleries, lodging in Historic Downtown Cambridge, MD
There's a lot to explore in downtown Cambridge!
From classic Eastern Shore seafood to seasonally inspired French to eclectic and delicious, downtown Cambridge restaurants are drawing a growing number of diners.
Antiques, artisan-made jewelry, women's clothing, chocolates, some of the most unusual hot sauces around -- you'll find these and more in downtown Cambridge shops, which are all independent and locally owned. You'll find personalized customer service, often from the shopkeepers themselves. Enjoy your retail therapy!
Stroll through the art galleries and studios, and discover a range of art created by local, regional, and national artists.
Cambridge is one of the oldest colonial towns in Maryland, known for its strong maritime heritage and its strong connections to Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad. Take a ride on an authentic skipjack, discover stories of Harriet Tubman (she was born a few miles away), watch boatbuilders restore woooden boats, and more.
Stay a few days and explore the wonders of Cambridge, Dorchester County, and the Eastern Shore region.
Where to go for a haircut, manicure, and more.
Some of our businesses are tough to categorize, but well worth a look.
Head downtown on the Second Saturday of each month, when shops and galleries stay open until 8 or 9pm with special sales and free receptions!
Some merchants change their hours seasonally. It's always best to call ahead to make sure they're open!