Named for 19th century farmer and scientist, Oliver Norris Bryan, Bryans Road retains much of its rural charm. Still home to many farms, you’re likely to find produce stands of Maryland’s fresh vegetables. Its parks and recreation offer ample fun for outdoor enthusiasts.
Bryans Road is culturally and historically significant, as reflected in its museums and landmarks. Within a short drive, you’ll find the American Indian Cultural Center, the African American Heritage Society of Charles County, the Dr. Samuel A. Mudd House and the Thomas Stone National Historic Site.
The Charles County Fair, the Southern Maryland Blues Festival and the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs minor league baseball round out some of the family friendly activities available to residents of the Bryans Road area.