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Leonardtown has been described in many ways; small town charm,
quaint, tranquil with historic roots. One of the best surprises is
the hidden upscale draws. More than once described as a cross
between Mayberry and Annapolis! With over 300 years of history there
are plenty of historical sites to visit. But there is plenty more to
do from outdoor life to shopping and dining. The downtown square,
one of the few remaining intact in Maryland today, is a beautiful
gathering place for residents and visitors. Whether it is for one of
the numerous public events held annually there or just a quiet
stroll along the brick paved sidewalks.
downtown square boasts numerous restaurants to suit any palate! For
the shopping enthusiasts there are specialty shops and galleries,
antique stores, a used book and music store, a health food store and
artisan shops. The newly opened Leonardtown Arts Center is home to
several artists that not only sell their wares but also demonstrate
their art. The Maryland Antique Center features numerous antique and
art dealers all under one roof. Visit our award winning Port of
Leonardtown Winery or paddle our nearly 3 mile water trail to
Leonardtown Wharf Public Park.
There is much more of the Leonardtown story to tell. Explore this
website or better yet come enjoy an afternoon exploring Leonardtown.
It is definitely worth the trip!
Leonardtown A Most Convenient Place
First Fridays In Leonardtown
First Friday of Every Month, 5pm - 8pm
Many shops, galleries and restaurants have joined together to
celebrate First Fridays in Leonardtown. New businesses are joining
the party every month! Join us for Art, food, shopping and
socializing while exploring the nooks and crannies of Leonardtown.
the First Fridays website for detailed information.
Leonardtown Farmers Market
Finch Family Farms
11:00am - 5:30p.m.
Longer on First Friday’s
In front of the alley between Fuzzy
Farmer's and Cafe des Artistes