Discover Historic Princess Anne * Experience the Authentic Eastern Shore of Maryland*

Main Street Princess Anne Partnership writes:
Your group of Jane Austen enthusiasts is invited for a personalized visit to Princess Anne to explore the private interiors and gardens of one of the Eastern Shore of Maryland's most historic and picturesque small towns.
Perhaps you will consider joining us to celebrate Jane Austen's 234th birthday on December 16th. Jane and her beloved Regency characters would feel at home walking our graceful, tree-lined streets and brick sidewalks amongst carefully preserved Colonial, Federal and Victorian houses, churches, gardens and public buildings.

~ Your Day Tour Includes the Following ~

* Personal Tour Leader and Historian - a noted author, actress and award winning playwright
* Highlights of Princess Anne Towne
* Tour of One or More Private Historic Homes or Gardens, generously opened by their owners to share with your group. Consider visiting Beckford Mansion, circa 1803, a magnificent Federal-era home.
* Tour of Teackle Mansion Museum - one of the outstanding examples of early 19th century neoclassical architecture on Maryland's Eastern Shore
* Lunch in the Historic Washington Hotel's Private Dining Room, serving guests for over 200 years, or a Gourmet Box Lunch from Olney Market Cafe served in the Teackle Mansion garden
* Wine Tasting and Tour at Bordeleau Vineyards & Winery accompanied by knowledgeable Winery staff (5 miles from Princess Anne)

Price Per Guest: $29

*Additional Options included a catered, candlelit dinner in the Teackle Mansion Dining Room, and hot mulled drinks from period recipes, warmed in the Teackle Mansion's massive hearth, and more.

To schedule your visit, for more information, or to discuss custom options please contact Jim Theiss at or (917) 846-6853.

*Sponsored by the Main Street Princess Anne Partnership*

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