A special place; a special heritage

The Oxford Museum is located in the heart of historic Oxford, Maryland, at 100 South Morris Street (across from Town Park) and overlooking the Tred Avon River. We may be reached by phone (410) 226-0191 or email:info@oxfordmuseum.org. Ample parking is available either in front of the museum or on the adjacent side street.

Oxford is about nine miles west of Easton, the county seat of Talbot
County and one of the premier historic towns on the Eastern Shore. The town is on the east end of the Oxford-Bellevue Ferry, the oldest still-operating ferry in the United States. St. Michaels is located a few miles from the Bellevue terminus. For directions, check out our Mapquest map.
July through September hours are: Mon 10-4; Tues 10-3; Wed 10-4; Thursday closed; Fri 10-1; Sat 10-4; Sun 1-4.
The Museum is closed for the season and will reopen on Oxford Day, April 22, 2017.

Note: Hours subject to change. Call the Museum to verify.