The Godiah Spray Tobacco Plantation, Bringing the Farm to Life
Meet and converse with members of the Spray household (and maybe a neighbor or two) as you step back in time and explore a working 1st-person plantation set in the year 1667. This site, its structures, fields, cows, pigs, chickens, and inhabitants represent life as it was during the heyday of tobacco culture in colonial Maryland.
We invite you to discover how different and similar the Spray plantation is from American Civil War plantations. Remember, everyone has a story to tell and the Spray Family, their servants and neighbors are no different. Experience seasonal activities at the Godiah Spray Plantation such as:
17th-Century Agricultural Practices (corn and tobacco)
Only service animals are allowed at this exhibit area. No pets, please.
Handicap AccessSmoking Not AllowedParking Available