Art Galleries, Studios & Museums
“Home of the original Berlin peach dumpling Simple elegant desserts naturally delicious. Handcrafted desserts are made with the finest 100% all-natural ingredients, free of artificial colors, flavors, preservatives and trans fats.”
Retail jewelry store/ glass studio
We hand make all of our glass beads and then turn them into gorgeous pieces of jewelry.
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A carefully restored early nineteenth century house, located in Berlin’s National Register Historic District, the main block of the house has been furnished as a house museum and the west wing as a gallery displaying local memorabilia.
We are a boutique letterpress studio and gallery located in historic downtown Berlin, Maryland. We create limited edition prints, cards, invitations, serigraphs and tee shirts. Everything is created on-site.
Design Resources provides high quality, custom residential and commercial design for new construction, renovations, and additions. We are a locally sourced, small architect’s studio with over 65 years of combined experience in the Worcester, Wicomico and Sussex County areas. We specialize in practical, but innovative design and can also provide project management services during the construction phase of your project.
“Full Service Restaurant & Coppertop Bar Stage & Theater featuring local, regional & national live music Balcony Art Gallery featuring local artwork and available for private parties”
Built in 1756, Historic St Martin’s has been vigorously & passionately restored to its original configuration.
Available for weddings & events!
11413 Old Worcester Highway (at the junction of Rt. 589 & Rt 113)
Showell, MD 21862
…to Rackliffe House, a 1740s merchant-planter’s home overlooking Assateague Island and scenic Sinepuxent Bay. Rackliffe House was constructed in the 1740s by Captain Charles Rackliffe, the merchant-planter grandson of one of the earliest English immigrants to Maryland’s seaside. The large two-story, three-bay Manor House features Flemish bond brickwork with random glazed headers, a steeply pitched gabled roof with kicked eaves, and large windows. Captain Rackliffe intended the house to be seen across the water. He built it on a prominent ridge atop a man-made terrace with expansive views of the water and island.
In its time, Rackliffe House has witnessed marauding Spanish galleons, Barbary pirate ships, and English men-of-war. The house has stood through the Revolutionary War, the War of 1812, and the Civil War. Today, thanks to the restoration efforts of the Rackliffe House Trust and the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, historic Rackliffe House now serves as a coastal museum that interprets 18th-century life along Maryland’s seaside.
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We are a local art gallery/family cooperative. Everything is made here in Berlin!
Promotion of arts in Worcester County