Tour one of the oldest free African American communities still in existence today.
For the past several years, The Hill Community Project, in partnership with Historic Easton, Inc., the East End Neighborhood Association, Talbot County, and the State of Maryland, has been documenting, preserving, and sharing this important history through land records, genealogy, oral history, archaeology, architecture, and preservation. Come see some of the stories we’ve unearthed so far on this self-guided tour.
Honoring Talbot County’s most famous native son, this 107-acre park is located just upstream from the farm where Douglass was born in 1818.
Historic 400-seat Art Deco style performance venue built in 1922.
Seasonal ferry service taking travelers to/from Oxford and Bellevue.
Providing free Wi-Fi, computers, printers, and copy machines, plus events and programs.
Talbot County has 30 historic markers, and counting, along roadsides and historic sites to be found.
Guided walking tours beginning at the Historical Society’s campus in downtown Easton, by appointment only.