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Calvin B. Taylor House

A carefully restored early nineteenth century house, located in Berlin’s National Register Historic District.
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Costen House Museum

Located in Downtown Pocomoke City, Maryland, Costen House is a fine example of Victoria Italiente architecture.
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Delmarva Discovery Museum

The Delmarva Discovery Center & Museum on the Pocomoke River serves as a source of learning and discovery for the public through the preservation and interpretation of its cultural and natural heritage.
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Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum

We share the stories of Furnace Town, and the surrounding Pocomoke Forest, so our visitors may strengthen their understanding of the past, to enrich appreciation for the artistic achievements, technological genius, and social and economic contributions of the people that lived and worked here.
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Julia A. Purnell Museum

The Julia A. Purnell Museum offers exhibits interpreting many aspects of Worcester County’s history.
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Ocean City Life-Saving Station Museum

Get a taste of the nautical history of Ocean City with us.
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Queponco Railway Station Inc

Queponco Railway is a historic United States railway station which served Snow Hill, Berlin and Newark communities.
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Rackliffe Plantation House

Welcome to Rackliffe House, a 1740s merchant-planter's home overlooking Assateague Island and scenic Sinepuxent Bay.
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Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Discover the strange, the shocking, and beautiful at Ripley's Believe It or Not! on The Boardwalk.
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St. Martin's Church

St. Martin’s Church, circa 1756, serves as a museum, open to the public on a regular basis.
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Sturgis One Room School Museum

Sturgis One Room School Museum, formerly known as Sturgis School, is the only African American One Room School in Worcester County retaining its original integrity.
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