Talbot Historical Society

30 S. Washington St.
Easton, MD 21601- Map It
Phone: (410) 822-0773

AAA Editor Notes

Talbot Historical Society is at 30 S. Washington St. A museum gallery and interactive exhibits in the Mary Jenkins House showcase the history of Talbot County. Neall House, the early 1800s brick Federal-style townhouse of Quaker cabinetmaker James Neall, offers a collection of portraits, artifacts, furniture and changing exhibits. Thirty-minute guided walking tours of downtown Easton can be arranged that include Neall House. Participants will see the interior of the relocated studio-museum of architect H. Chandlee Forman, a collector of Colonial antiques from the Eastern Shore. Also featured are boxwood and perennial gardens. Guided walking tours are available by advance reservation only. Guided tours are available.
Free. Tours are not recommended for young children. Reservations are required.
Hours: Museum open Thurs.-Sat. 10-4, Apr.-Dec. Neall House open Sat. 10-4, Apr.-Dec. Closed major holidays. Allow 1 hour, 30 minutes minimum.