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 Visitor Information & Resources
Chesapeake Heritage & Visitor Center
425 Piney Narrows Road Chester, MD 21619 410.604.2100
Free Parking • Chesapeake Legacy Museum Rotating Art Exhibit • Observation Tower Cross Island Trail • Ferry Point Park
Bay Country (State) Welcome Center
100 Welcome Center Drive, Centreville, MD 21617 410.758.2181
Queen Anne’s County Chamber of Commerce
1561 Postal Road, Chester, MD 21619 410.643.8530
 Narrow your sights on Queen Anne’s County, gateway to Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
The county is located immediately east
of the William Lane Preston Jr. Memorial Bridge (Chesapeake Bay Bridge) and serves as a major transportation corridor connecting the Maryland mainland to the Delmarva Peninsula. Queen Anne’s County offers a highly sought after lifestyle, within commuting distance to the Washington D.C./Baltimore metropolitan area and is uniquely accessible by land, air and water.
By Land
Travel by car via US Route 50/301
For road and Chesapeake Bay Bridge conditions on US 50/301, check with Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA)
1.877.BAYSPAN (229.7726)
For assistance crossing over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, contact Kent Island Express Bay Bridge Drive Over
410.604.0486 *Schedule one hour prior to crossing.
Travelers only pay toll one way,
heading eastbound on US Route 50/301.
By Air
Nearby Airports
Baltimore Washington Int. Thurgood Marshall (BWI)
(36 miles)
Ronald Reagan Washington National (DCA)
Washington Dulles International (IDA)
(72 miles)
Philadelphia International (PHL)
General Aviation
Queen Anne’s County Airport
By Water
There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy the beauty
of Queen Anne’s County by boat or charted vessel. Arrive by boat to our award winning restaurants for delectable eats   , sensational beats   and unparalleled views . For a complete listing of dock bar dining, see page 15.
    (47 miles)
(99 miles)

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