Daphne MuseumThe Daphne Musuem
The Old Methodist Church Museum is the 2nd oldest church in Baldwin County, and is enlisted on the National Register of Historic Places. Constructed in 1858 as a place of worship for the residents of Daphne, the church was dedicated in 2001 as a museum dedicated to educating the public about the history of Daphne and the surrounding communities.

The Daphne Museum

Eastern Shore Chamber of CommerceEastern Shore Chamber of Commerce
We are proud to invite you to visit the Eastern Shore any time of the year! Take advantage of the natural beauty. Become a part of the cultural opportunities. Learn all about Daphne’s history. Enjoy all of the fine dining, luxurious stays, and shopping during your time here on the Eastern Shore.

Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce

Jubilee FestivalJubilee Festival
An Eastern Shore tradition offering fine art, crafts, entertainment, and amazing food in Olde Towne Daphne put on by the Eastern Shore Chamber of Commerce on September 28 – 29, 2013. Admission to the festival is free. Booths will be available for children to explore their creative side, and will be invited to paint their creations on a fence. Bring the whole family to a fun-filled couple of days of fantastic entertainment and great food!

Jubilee Festival

Pictorial History Book of DaphnePictorial History Book on Daphne
History of Daphne told through photographs. From local authors Harriet Brill Outlaw and Penny H. Taylor comes a book offering more than 200 vintage images and memories past of Daphne, the Jubilee City. This book is available at area bookstores, independent retailers, and online retailers, or though Arcadia Publishing at or (888) 313.2665.

Pictorial History Book on Daphne