When you spend money along Maryland’s Main Streets, you’re supporting local businesses and the historic properties that they steward. If you like window shopping on foot, trying new local restaurants, collecting art and antiques – and need to do some holiday shopping – then Small Business Saturday held on November 28, 2020 is for you.
Preservation Maryland has selected Hanbury Preservation Consulting to complete a preservation project at the Falling Waters Battlefield in Washington County, Maryland. The project is funded by the American Battlefield Protection Program and is now in the public participation phase.
Booze Traveler host, Jack Maxwell, with Rod Cofield, Executive Director at London Town, 2018.
Maryland Historic Site to be Featured on Travel Channel’s Booze Traveler
03/16/2018 By Meagan Baco
Historic London Town and Gardens along the South River in Anne Arundel County will be featured on the Travel Channel’s Booze Traveler program this month! The waterfront historic site that originally included a circa 1760 upscale tavern and boarding house was the perfect location to experience where travelers and townspeople would come together.
Tune In: This Chesapeake Bay-themed episode of the Booze Traveler is set to air on the Travel Channel on Monday, March 26, 2018 at 9am. Check your local listings for more information!
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During filming, Booze Traveler’s host Jack Maxwell was game to dress up in colonial-style clothing for the episode. In addition to exploring colonial mixed drinks, he also learned the proper way to bow and enjoyed a demonstration on how to fire a black powder musket. Silhouette artist Lauren Muney even created a silhouette of him drinking from a punch bowl.
If this whets your whistle, you’ll want to sign up for news from London Town about their Build the Bar campaign starting this spring.