The 8 Best Things to Do in Princess Anne, United States

September 10, 2017 Kaleigh Reichenbach

Princess Anne in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Golf Courses. Discover best things to do in Princess Anne with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Princess Anne

1. Great Hope Golf Course

8380 Crisfield Hwy, Westover, MD 21871-3930 +1 800-537-8009
Excellent
44%
Good
56%
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4.5 based on 9 reviews

Great Hope Golf Course

Reviewed By duckman1 - Maryland

Great Hope is a nice course with some challenging holes. The greens and fairways are kept in very good condition. The course is pretty wide open, with a few holes where water can be an issue. Also a couple of holes where if you slice or hook your ball will be in the woods.

2. Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art

909 S Schumaker Dr, Salisbury, MD 21804-8722 +1 410-742-4988
Excellent
76%
Good
21%
Satisfactory
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4.5 based on 119 reviews

Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art

Reviewed By TravelKat21 - Bel Air, Maryland

Some very nice sculptures, carvings, and bird-related art. There were a ton of ducks, but we prefer the other types of birds as they were prettier. I liked the bird house exhibit. It would be cool if there were more interactive exhibits like push a button and hear the bird sound.
They also have a short walking trail around the lake.
Admission $7/pp. Discounts for seniors, AAA, children, or military (free). There is also a half price coupon online.

3. Bordeleau Winery

3155 Noble Farm Rd, Eden, MD 21822-2139 +1 410-677-3334
Excellent
58%
Good
27%
Satisfactory
9%
Poor
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6%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 33 reviews

Bordeleau Winery

Reviewed By karen0706 - Severn, Maryland

Bordelau's location on the water and tasting room are lovely. The wine is excellent, and all of the wine is made from grapes grown on the property. Our favorite wine was the cabernet franc, but we enjoyed everything we tasted. The Winery is only about 40 minutes from Ocean City and is a good side trip when you're headed to/from the beach.There are picnic tables near the water's edge, and you can bring your own picnic. It was too cold for sitting outside in January, but we will definitely go back in warmer weather!

4. Chesapeake Ghost Walks

5775 Charles Cannon Rd, Marion Station, MD 21838-2839
Excellent
84%
Good
11%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 415 reviews

Chesapeake Ghost Walks

Chesapeake Ghost Walks is the largest cluster of regional ghost walks in America. 11 Separate ghost tours focus on haunted properties in historic towns on Maryland's Eastern Shore. Towns included are Ocean City MD, Berlin MD, Easton MD, Cambridge MD, St. Michaels MD, Snow Hill MD, Princess Anne MD, Crisfield MD, Pocomoke MD, Salisbury MD and Denton MD. Each walk is led by a storyteller/guide who is well versed on the history and folklore of that particular town, as well as paranormal and psychic phenomena. Suitable for adults and kids. Tours do NOT enter haunted properties.

Reviewed By Andrea B - Laurel Delaware

4 hours of great stories and places. Time went by so fast. So much history and folklore. I could have rode the bus all night listening to Missy talk. Missy told great stories, history with folklore, history teachers could learn from her.
Can’t wait for the next tour.

5. Salisbury Zoo

755 S Park Dr, Salisbury, MD 21804-5600 +1 410-548-3188
Excellent
62%
Good
29%
Satisfactory
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Poor
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Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 431 reviews

Salisbury Zoo

Reviewed By cmdevlin64 - Washington DC, District of Columbia

Unusual in being entirely funded by the city, Salisbury Zoo is free to the public. No, you won't see tigers or pandas. However, you will be very close to spectacled bears, a jaguar, coatis (frequently active), an ocelot, and cute wallabies. A gift shop and cafe are open spring through fall.

6. Somerset County Visitors County

11440 Ocean Highway, Princess Anne, MD 21853 +1 800-521-9189
Excellent
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4.5 based on 2 reviews

Somerset County Visitors County

Reviewed By Mark G - Catonsville, Maryland

The Somerset County Visitors Center is located on Route 13 just west of the Princess Anne town center. This is a nice rest stop in a grove of pine trees with picnic tables, grills and quirky rest rooms. Inside the small center we spoke with a very friendly informative woman that gave us a nice overview of Princess Anne and the surrounding areas we were to visit over the weekend. Plenty of brochures, maps and an outdoor exhibit make this center top notch for it's size. Since this is a north south thoroughfare there was information covering all of Maryland as well as Norfolk and the Outer Banks for travelers heading south thru the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel.

7. Manokin River Park

11840 Somerset Ave, Princess Anne, MD 21853-1237 +1 443-523-0425
Excellent
25%
Good
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4 based on 4 reviews

Manokin River Park

Reviewed By Mark G - Catonsville, Maryland

Manokin River Park begins where you cross the Manokin River bridge as you enter the downtown historic district of Princess Anne. The park meanders about a mile thru town around the historic police station towards route 13. In town the historic Election House, built in 1870 overlooks the river and the eastern end of the park. The park has grills, picnic tables, a pavilion, playground and even a launch area for kayaks and canoe's. The park area was once the head of navigation on the Manokin River.

8. Pemberton Historical Park

5561 Plantation Lane, Salisbury, MD 21801 +1 410-860-2447
Excellent
70%
Good
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Satisfactory
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4.5 based on 81 reviews

Pemberton Historical Park

Reviewed By Scandellis - Salisbury, Maryland

I love going to Pemberton Historical Park to walk the nature trails with my wife and three year old. The scenery is awesome and the wildlife is plentiful.

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