The Deltaville Maritime Museum located at 287 Jackson Creek Road in Deltaville,VA and on Mill Creek is dedicated to the exhibition and preservation of the workboats, methods, and history of the Chesapeake Bay's working watermen. Museum and office open daily 10am-4pm except Sunday 12-4pm.
A living Museum dedicated to the history of the Chesapeake Bay, its watermen, their craft and fisheries. Set on 36 acres of woodlands, parks and gardens near the mouth of the Rappahannock River. On the “John Smith” Trail, the “Oyster Trail”, and a Bay “Gateway”. Nature Trails. Children's Garden, Sculpture garden, picnic tables, benches, and walking paths overlooking pristine Mill Creek. 400' "Pierwalk" with restored workboats. Oyster reef display and tongs.
Kayak ramp. Kayaks, canoes, paddleboards welcome!
Monthly Holly Point Markets, April-November. "Groovin in the Park" 7 concert casual outdoor music series April -September.
Home of the Nationally Registered restored buyboat “F.D. Crockett”. Home of the John Smith replica shallop “Explorer”.
Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Shrimp and BBQ Dinner, Oyster Roast and huge "Scary Halloween in the Park."
Boating safety classes and other lectures and seminars throughout the year.