Introduction to Easton, Maryland
The present-day territory of Easton grew when the first courthouse for Talbot county was established in the area in 1711. Later, the town was renamed Talbot Town. In 1788, the area was organized and renamed Easton. As of now, Easton holds a seat on Talbot county.
Easton and nearby Attractions
- The Bullitt House
- Historical Society of Talbot county
- Academy Art Museum
- Christ Church
- Historic Avalon Theatre
Things To Do In Easton
The Historical Society of Talbot County is located in Easton. The city is home to many 17th and 18th century houses and the federal-style gardens. The Bullitt House, built in 1801 by Thomas James Bulltit is located here, as are the Academy Art Museum and Historic Avalon Theatre and The Christ Church. In addition, local celebrations such as the Talbot County Fair and the Waterfowl Festival are held yearly.
The closest airport to the city is the Baltimore-Washington International Airport.
Easton Higher Education
Higher education is available at Salisbury State University, Anne Arundel Community College, and University of Maryland-Eastern Shore.