Reviews of C & D Canal Museum (Museum)

815 Bethel Rd, Chesapeake City, MD 21915, United States

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Currently the business has a score of 4.5 out of 5 and this score is based on 33 reviews.

As you can see the average score it has is almost the highest, and it's founded on a very high number of feddbacks, so we may think that the valuation is quite faithful. If many people have bothered to give their score when they've done well with the business, is that it works.

You know that we do not usually stop to place tatings when they are positive and we usually do it only if we have had a problem or incidence...

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REVIEWS OF C & D Canal Museum IN Delaware

Timothy Moore

Complete indepth history of the canal. If you like that kind of stuff, it's here. Small museum so will not take much time. Good restaurants near by.

N Su

Small yet FREE museum that addresses the history of the canal. Models are available for children of all ages to see how the canal works. Must stop while visiting Chesapeake City.

Craig Collins-Young

Timothy Moore

Complete indepth history of the canal. If you like that kind of stuff, it's here. Small museum so will not take much time. Good restaurants near by.

N Su

Small yet FREE museum that addresses the history of the canal. Models are available for children of all ages to see how the canal works. Must stop while visiting Chesapeake City.

Trevor Wilkins

Kevin Devane

harbinger98

Nicholas Gabriel

Mike Buckley

John Lins

Doug Wiker

Very interesting place

Richard Covel

Steve russell

Great experience understanding how this vital waterway was created, all the way back to the 1600s

Jim Gale

This was a nice museum of all kinds of stuff. Seems to be run by nice people.

Andrew Coughlan

Steve russell

Great experience understanding how this vital waterway was created, all the way back to the 1600s

Frank Jackson

Jim Gale

This was a nice museum of all kinds of stuff. Seems to be run by nice people.

Len Hoben

Interesting historical place

Kathy Kutchen

Barbara A McNichol

Capt. Gerry Hare

As many times I have been past this place I never noticed the small light house replica or understood why the built it, its also a quaint little town with some great restaurants & scenery

Rafa

Great insights on how the canal operates by controller Sam.

Keith Mayer

very interesting place

Matthew Smith

Sam Fusco

189 years of the C&D Canal

Pam Rust

Len Hoben

Interesting historical place

Lois Guild

Great fun and interesting

Marty Dekkers

Cool and educational place. I spent 30 minutes looking at the exhibits, and left with a little more knowledge than when I arrived. I especially enjoyed the boat models and the water lift station, which is completely original.

David Baker

Looking for a short day trip? Well here's a good one. Snuggled in the middle of Chesapeake City Maryland is the C & D Canal House Museum. It's not a fancy place, but it's quiet where you can take a self guided tour and learn about the history of the canal, the area around the canal and the people. There are interactive models of the old canal locks as well as some actual equipment used along the canal. Afterwards you can walk the grounds and if you're lucky maybe even get to see a huge container ship go by. If you're into antiques there are local shops in nearby Chesapeake City.

Lois Guild

Great fun and interesting

Ted Andrews

Good place to check the history of this town

Patrick Miller

Frank Roni

Great little museum. Free admission

Marty Dekkers

Cool and educational place. I spent 30 minutes looking at the exhibits, and left with a little more knowledge than when I arrived. I especially enjoyed the boat models and the water lift station, which is completely original.

Bill Rust

Great history lesson on the C and D

Boat Angel

Nice to have a museum for local history great boating

David Baker

Looking for a short day trip? Well here's a good one. Snuggled in the middle of Chesapeake City Maryland is the C & D Canal House Museum. It's not a fancy place, but it's quiet where you can take a self guided tour and learn about the history of the canal, the area around the canal and the people. There are interactive models of the old canal locks as well as some actual equipment used along the canal. Afterwards you can walk the grounds and if you're lucky maybe even get to see a huge container ship go by. If you're into antiques there are local shops in nearby Chesapeake City.

John Carter

Business Hours of C & D Canal Museum in Delaware

SUNDAY
CLOSED
MONDAY
(COLUMBUS DAY) 7AM–3:30PM HOURS MIGHT DIFFER
TUESDAY
7AM–3:30PM
WEDNESDAY
7AM–3:30PM
THURSDAY
7AM–3:30PM
FRIDAY
7AM–3:30PM
SATURDAY
CLOSED

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