Historic St. Mary’s City is open Tuesday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Beginning July 6, hours will be Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Visitor Exhibits

The Brick Chapel (ca. 1667)

  • 0.2

    miles paved walk from the Visitor Center

  • 0.36

    miles paved walk from Farthing’s

  • Handicap

    accessible doors

  • Stone

    flooring

Brick Chapel (ca. 1667) stands as a symbol of religious tolerance in early Maryland.

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Brick Chapel (ca. 1667) stands as a symbol of religious tolerance in early Maryland.

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Entrance of Chapel rendered with a white wash to make it look like stone.

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Brick Chapel (ca. 1667) stands as a symbol of religious tolerance in early Maryland.

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The Brick Chapel with Queen Anne's Lace in the foreground.

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Visitor Exhibits

The Brick Chapel (ca. 1667)

  • 0.2

    miles paved walk from the Visitor Center

  • 0.36

    miles paved walk from Farthing’s

  • Handicap

    accessible doors

  • Stone

    flooring

18751 Hogaboom Lane
St. Mary's City , MD 20686

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