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Solomons Visitor Information Center - Solomons, MD
Solomons Visitor Information Center
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The Solomons Regional Information Center will help you find your way to Chesapeake Gateways in southern Maryland and to this beautiful town's other attractions. Solomons is a quiet 128-year old waterfront village located in Calvert County where the Patuxent River meets the Chesapeake Bay. Settled comfortably around a deep, protected harbor rimmed with busy marinas, the area has become a major visitor destination in historic Southern Maryland. Visit nearby Gateways, stroll the Riverwalk, sail to a sandy beach for your own private picnic, or catch a Rockfish.
Hours:

Information Center open:

  • Jan 2 – Mar 15: Thursday – Sunday, 9 am – 5 pm.
  • Mar 15 – Oct 30: daily, 9 am – 5 pm.
  • Nov 1 – Dec 31: Thursday – Sunday, 9 am – 5 pm.
Fees: No admission fee
For more information about Solomons Visitor Information Center call (410) 326-6027 or visit the following websites: http://www.southernmdisfun.com, http://www.sba.solomons.md.us.

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