Reasons to Visit Oxford, Maryland

Reasons to visit Oxford, Maryland

Things to Do in Oxford, Maryland

Watermen Mural, Oxford, Maryland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Watermen Mural Oxford, Maryland
Oxford, Maryland, is a waterfront, historic town located in Talbot County on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Oxford originated in 1683 as a major shipping port for tobacco until the American Revolutionary War.
After the war, the economic crop changed from tobacco to wheat and the town economically thrived on the oyster industry.
Today, Oxford is populated with residents, watermen, and tourists. It is a quaint, quiet place to enjoy the serene waters of the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Sail on the Tred Avon River
Tred Avon River, Oxford, Maryland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Tred Avon River Oxford MD
Buy picnic provisions from the Oxford Market and Deli at 203 S. Morris St.
Oxford Market, Maryland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Oxford Market
Picnic at the waterfront park on Morris St.
Oxford Park on Morris Street, Oxford, Maryland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Oxford Park on Morris St
Spend the day at Strand Beach on East Strand Rd., and search for sea glass.
Strand Beach, Oxford, Maryland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Strand Beach, Oxford, Maryland
Stay and/or dine at the historic Robert Morris Inn and Tavern.
The Robert Morris Inn, Oxford, Maryland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
The Robert Morris Inn, Oxford, Maryland
Learn about local Black history at the John Wesley Church and graveyard – Oxford Rd.
John Wesley Church, Oxford, Maryland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art infrared photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
John Wesley Church, Oxford, Maryland
Pay respects to original residents of Oxford at the Oxford Cemetery. Famous graves include Tench Tilghman, who was the Aide-de-Camp to General George Washington.
Historic Cemetery, Oxford, Maryland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art black and white photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Historic Cemetery, Oxford, Maryland

 

Bike ride around the town.
Get an up-close view of the beautiful homes and gardens. The terrain is flat and perfect for biking.
Historic House, Oxford, Maryland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Historic House, Oxford, Maryland
Enjoy a ride on the Oxford – Bellevue Ferry
The Oxford – Bellevue Ferry links Bellevue (near St. Michaels) and Oxford across the Tred Avon River.
This ferry has been operated since 1683 and is known as the oldest privately owned ferry in the United States.
Enjoy the scenery during the 10-minutes long ferry ride. The ferry runs from April to November.
Visit www. Oxfordferry.com for more information.
The Oxford - Bellevue Ferry, Oxford, Maryland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
The Oxford – Bellevue Ferry, Oxford, Maryland
Check out special events throughout the year.
Events include the resident artist studio tours, garden tours, Paint Oxford Days, Oxford Day, Fine Arts Fair, Cardboard Boat Race, the Oxford Regatta,· Waterfowl weekend, and Christmas on the Creek.
Artist Studio, Oxford, Maryland, standalone prints, framed, and on canvas, fine art photography by Jacqueline LaRocca
Artist Studio, Oxford, Maryland
For more information on visiting Oxford, Maryland, and other parts of Talbot County,
visit: https://tourtalbot.org/resources/maps-brochures/ 
To view and buy photographs of Oxford, Maryland, and the Eastern Shore of Maryland, please visit my online gallery at
https://jacquelinelarocca.com/galleries-maryland/

 

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By Jacqueline LaRocca

Fine Art Photographer from Sykesville, Maryland, USA

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