Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum

3816 Old Furnace Rd.
Snow Hill, MD 21863- Map It
(410) 632-2032

AAA Editor Notes

Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum is 5 mi. n. on SR 12, then 1 mi. w. to 3816 Old Furnace Rd. This re-created 19th-century industrial village features the Nassawango Iron Furnace, Maryland's only bog-ore furnace. A 19th-century garden kitchen, broom house, blacksmith shop, church, print shop, weaver house, spinner's cottage, woodworker's shop and museum also are on the site. Artisans in period dress offer demonstrations. A nature trail winds 1 mile into the Pocomoke forest and cypress swamp. Year-round events include art, music, nature walks and living-history presentations. Time: Allow 30 minutes minimum.
$7; $6 (ages 60+ and military with ID); $4 (ages 4-16).
Hours: Grounds and trail open daily dawn-dusk. Buildings open Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. noon-5, Apr.-Oct.; by appointment rest of year. Closed Easter.