I used to live on the Eastern Shore. That covers a lot of different areas.
I'm not sure what you're asking for. Are you looking for ways to keep her occupied?
If you're on the shore I can recommend a couple of things:
1. A trip to St. Michaels Island if you're in the Kent County area. The area is famed for having tricked the British during the War of 1812 by hanging lights in the trees so the British Navy didn't fire into the town as they passed by on their way to Ft. McHenry. It's very quaint and nice, shopping and decent restaurants.
2. If you're in the Rehobeth Beach area in Delaware, a trip to the Dogfish Head Brewpub and Eats. It's a microbrewery, one of the first. Darned fine beer, and they cook everything WITH beer. Food's really good too, and they include some good local acts.
3. If you like crabs, try the Old Mill in Delmar, DE on the Delaware-Maryland border, just north of Salisbury (the town too big for one state!). They have the BEST steamed blue crabs, and it used to be all you can eat. Not sure about pricing; it's been a long time since I've been there.
There are lots of antique stores all up and down the Shore if you're into that sort of thing.
4. A trip to Furnacetown, near Snow Hill, kinda south, south east of Salisbury. It's an old pig iron factory town that has been reconstructed by local archaeologists (I did some work there myself when I was a grad student for my history degree and even discovered where the workers houses were located though I doubt anyone there will remember that part).
"I'd give them my favorite finger and leave!" My nephew, the Evil Prince, on why he shouldn't work in customer service.