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801 Chase St
The Annapolis Symphony presents the best in Classical concerts, as well as an annual Holiday Pops Concert in December; many of the best and brightest conductors and ...
521 2nd St
Jefferson Holland and Kevin Brooks provide \"a knee tapping, toe-slapping, comical musical history tour of Annapolis, Eastport and the Chesapeake through original songs and stories.\"
121 Blake Rd
Enshrined beneath the Naval Academy Chapel is the crypt of the Revolutionary War hero John Paul Jones, America's first Naval hero. His remains were returned to America in 1905, after more ...
Located on the grounds of the Maryland State House, this is the oldest public building in Maryland. It was first built and used for the ...
300 3rd St, Slip 13
The Entertainer is a sixty-one-foot motor yacht that is perfectly suited for an elegant seated dinner that can accommodate twenty two persons on the aft deck, or a casual buffet for up to forty ...
25 Silopanna Rd
Visitors of the Chesapeake Children's Museum will enjoy a picnic area, nature trail, hands-on exhibits, an art and science workshop space, and weekly programs. Special ...
980 Awald Rd
With a large fleet at its disposal, Watermark Cruises is one of the largest boat-tour operators in the city. Choose between the Annapolitan II, Cabaret II, Catherine Marie, Harbor Queen, Lady Sarah ...
26 West St
Trolley Tours introduce visitors to local history, architecture, and trivia passing through residential areas and the waterfront. See the exterior of the Naval Academy, State House, and Governor
4 Pinkney St
A rare surviving example of the small Annapolis waterfront warehouses in the 18th and early 19th centuries, this dockside warehouse is now a museum that is open daily and ...
350 Rowe Blvd
The Maryland State Archives is Maryland