The St. John’s Site Museum, a free exhibit located on the campus of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, is temporarily closed.
A Witness to 17th – century Maryland.
St. John’s Site Museum is an archaeological treasure trove of artifacts and information located on the original site of St. John’s built in 1638 by John Lewger, a close friend of Lord Baltimore. Guests get a rare look into a fully open excavated site, and learn not only about the people who made their mark here, but how archaeologists uncovered the mystery.
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