Winter operating hours:

Outdoor living history exhibits are closed for the winter, and will reopen March 12.

The Shop at Farthing's Ordinary is open Saturdays only, 10:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m., from January 6—March 9.

The Visitor Center is open Tuesday—Friday, 10:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m., from January 3—March 8.

The St. John's Site Museum will be closed Friday, March 1 and open Saturday, March 2, 10:00 a.m.—4:00 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.

Reconstructed Brick Chapel (ca. 1667)

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

Reconstructed Brick Chapel (ca. 1667)

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

Reconstructed Chapel Entrance

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

Reconstructed Brick Chapel (ca. 1667)

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

Reconstructed Brick Chapel (ca. 1667)


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 , 20686

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