Established in 1970, the Museum
tells the story of the Chesapeake Bay's prehistoric past, maritime
heritage, and its natural environment through many hands-on exhibits.
With the picturesque waters behind it, the "Storm at Sea" square hangs
on the Boat Shed next to the main Museum building. The square's design
is one of the earliest American quilt patterns, depicting the rolling
waves of a stormy sea by the illusion of its geometric arrangement.
For more information about purchasing a square for your property,
click here .
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