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Looking for the perfect day trip or weekend getaway with your family? Look no further than Annapolis and Anne Arundel County. Regardless of when you visit or how old your family members are, everyone's certain to have a a great time. Want to expose your kids to some local or world history? When you visit Annapolis, you'll also have plenty of reasons to find out why it's dubbed the Sailing Capital of the World.
Enjoy the quiet calm of our creeks and rivers or head out to the open waters of the Chesapeake Bay. Friends of Anne Arundel County Trails is a non-profit c 3 organization of dedicated volunteers helping to promote, protect and enhance the multimodal trails of Anne Arundel County for the enjoyment of your whole family.
Do you have a family of sports nuts? Then you'll love all the spectator sports happening in Annapolis. The summer also features the Wednesday Night Sailing Races, giving spectators a thrill from a distance as colorful sailboats race on the Bay. Whether your family prefers the bustle of a thriving downtown or the quiet countryside, you'll find plenty to discover at Annapolis and Anne Arundel County. No matter what your idea of adventure is, there's a little something for everyone in Annapolis.
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During the warmer seasons, you can break up your time in town with a trip to Great Frogs Winery. Bring your own food or order a cheese platter 48 hours in advance. Please help us out with your suggestions. Where should we eat and drink on our next visit to Annapolis? Annapolis Dining from Visit Annapolis. Their Aviator Lager beer is great too! I have a cousin living there. All of these restaurants sound great, but I particularly like the water view.
There are so many restaurants on the water, meaning great seafood and gorgeous views. Your cousin must have some favorites! Loved this post because we used to have a condo here about 20 years ago. Believe it or not, some of the places were around then.
My husband and I celebrated our engagement at the Annapolis Inn. We have a friend who just moved to Annapolis. That crab cake from the Federal House looks delicious!
Better food than several of the restaurants you did review. What do you like to eat at Factors Row? Certainly there are dozens of other places to cover. Allows for plenty of research. Take time to get out on the water, on a short water taxi ride or a […]. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. This theatre is a testament to the artistic community of Annapolis. Volunteers created the theatre and still maintain it 50 years later. Recent renovations have produced excellent acoustics in its seat auditorium.
Ticket holders are invited to join the conversation at 6: Rachel Franklin, distinguished lecturer and pianist. These events provide musical, aesthetic and historical context to the evening's program, and are a large part of what sets the Annapolis Symphony apart from other venues.
Several outreach programs are done during the year, including an annual concert at Quiet Waters Park. The tour of the Lighthouse involves some physical exertion, and a minute boat ride to and from. You may have a guided tour of the interior of the lighthouse and tours are limited to 18 people per boat. Reservations are required, as is a safety video. Guests are advised to plan ahead as there are no toilet facilities anywhere.
Since major exterior preservation work has been done, the focus now turns to finishing the interior of the lighthouse. It has been designated a National Historic Landmark, one of only nine lighthouses in the nation to be given that designation. Their search to cast the first show led them to soprano Martha Wright who agreed to produce the first opera and later became its president. For seven years, the company used diverse performance spaces until getting its permanent home in , at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts.
The company produces two major shows a year, special operas for children and lectures to the community. The Annual Vocal Competition, free to the public, is a prestigious two-day event recognizing young artists in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Since its renovation, the acoustics go out into the audience, not just to the stage. The space is intimate, giving performers a chance to connect with the audience. They also offer experimental theater and works by new playwrights. Their mission has always been to entertain, instruct and enrich the community by the dramatic arts.
These goals continue to thrive as the theatre maintains a small army of volunteers and subscribers. In , Colonial Players purchased an old car repair shop, their current location, and in , expanded to include space for props, costumes, rehearsals and administration. All activities are open to the public, as they have been for half a century. Hogshead Come learn and see how the middle-class in Annapolis lived in the 19th century. Hogshead is one of the very few remaining gambrel-roofed buildings in the area.
Beginning in April , recruits to the Continental Army were placed in these inexpensive rentals throughout Annapolis. They generally stayed just a few days or weeks. Much of the original framing remains, but the siding and roof were replaced. The second story has the original flooring, partition walls and trim.
The cellar was filled in, but it was re-excavated to show a brick floor, a large fireplace and a beehive oven. Hogshead is open on weekends, March to December. Admission is free; donations are welcome.
Millard Tawes, former first lady of Maryland, from This 5 acre stretch of greenery is perfect for strolling and discovery, or for relaxing and contemplating. The garden is situated near the Western Maryland forest, an Eastern Shore peninsula, a stream and several ponds, raised planters and cultivated plantings. Guided tours are free, with a reservation, and the park is open daily, from dawn to dusk.
The cafeteria and gift shops are also open daily. The park is open daily for fishing, boating, swimming, hiking and biking, as well as for bird watching, one of its highlights due to its enormous variety of waterfowl. Part of the beach has lifeguards and a bathhouse, restrooms and showers, with grills and picnic tables nearby. Nine sheltered areas, two for people and one for people, can be reserved for gatherings. The marina has 22 slips to launch your boat and a small-craft launch site for smaller vessels.
There are four miles of hiking trails. Today, the acre linear area goes through parks, neighborhoods and wooded areas. The Planet Walk is a museum along the trail concerning the sun and each planet. The Arundel Mills District boasts Arundel Mills Mall, the biggest retail mall in the state, with several brand-name factory stores.
Or, relax at the Cinemark Egyptian 24 and XD Movies, with state-of-the-art sound system and stadium seating. Others, like the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse, are tucked out of the way. This 18th-century pleasure garden, an oasis in the heart of Annapolis, is the only one of its kind in the state. That's right, now you can come inside this historic structure! Located in Maryland's state capital, three miles from the city's historic waterfront and situated within the nation's 4th largest market pla Bringing a large group to Annapolis?
Plan to take a group tour of the United States Nava Academy. The Academy provides tours for groups of SERC is a world-class research institution that shares its science through fo Check out some of our most popular things to do for the whole family.
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It's the 2nd annual Annapolis Color Run and it's the big event to end your summer with. Join us in the Annapolis Arts District as we bring the community together for a fun run/walk that is about 3 miles long followed by an after party.5/5(1). Dawn makes for a colorful yet shadowy presence accenting the Maryland Inn on upper Main Street at Church Circle in the Annapolis Maryland Historic District on a crisp mid October morning. Annapolis has plenty to offer this week: a polar bear plunge, children's events, live music shows, green events, and even a crafting opportunity.