DescriptionContinued use of Colonial architecture is Easton's tribute to its heritage. Settled in the late 17th century, the town was an economic, governmental and cultural center for the Eastern Shore. The 1682 Third Haven Friends Meeting House was built by the Society of Friends and is one of the nation's oldest frame houses of worship. Other notable town landmarks are the 18th-century Talbot County Courthouse and the historic Tidewater Inn.
Visitor InfoTalbot County Office of Tourism 11 S. Harrison St. EASTON, MD 21601. Phone:(410)770-8000
ShoppingDowntown Easton, especially Washington, Harrison, Dover and Goldsborough streets, offers a wide variety of antiques stores, art galleries, specialty shops and boutiques.
Things to SeeAcademy Art Museum