The Herrington Harbour North Historic Village Museum is an effort to preserve local vernacular architecture that would otherwise be lost to development. By touring the village, visitors get a glimpse of life in Maryland during the 1700s to early 1900s. Here you will find a 13-building village featuring area exhibits, a one-room schoolhouse, African-American beneficial society meeting house, dwellings, and outbuildings that have been saved from demolition and moved to the site.
The village is open daily for self-guided tours, at no cost. Interactive progrms, tours and demonstrations by the Deale Area Historical Society are planned to be resumed from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sundays from May to October and other times by appointment. To make an appointment, please call 410-279-2078.
Website for DAHS: dahs.us
Address: Herrington Harbour North – 389 Deale Road, Tracys Landing
African American Heritage, Preservation