Culture & Annapolis Sightseeing
Historical Attractions and National Landmarks
99 Main Street
(410) 268-7601 ext. 107
Also known as the new Annapolis History Center, this historic building brings you through time to discover the city’s past. The Center offers guided audio tours of Annapolis during Revolutionary times and includes stops at four houses -- the William Paca House, Chase-Lloyd House, Peggy Stewart House, and the Charles Carroll House. Reservations for this Annapolis walking tour are required.
The Maryland State House
91 State Circle
The oldest legislative house still in use, The Maryland State House is where George Washington delivered his resignation speech as Commander of the Revolutionary Army. Relive a moment in history at this national landmark.
United States Naval Academy Tour
52 King George Street
Founded in 1845, the US Naval Academy is home to 4,000 future naval leaders. Take an Annapolis tour of this beautiful campus and experience a sense of military tradition and heritage. Visits include tours of the Naval Academy Chapel, the Crypt of John Paul Jones, and Bancroft Hall Dormitory.
Haunted Ghost Tour
Take a walk through the streets of Annapolis after sunset, and discover what lies in the darkness. Learn about the haunted streets and places around the city – perhaps you’ll see a ghost or two during your Annapolis sightseeing.
African-American Heritage Tour
99 Main Street
(410) 268-7601 ext. 100
Learn about the fascinating African-American history of Annapolis. Visit the key historic Annapolis sightseeing, including Thurgood Marshall Memorial, Kunta Kinte Memorial, and the Matthew Henson Memorial plaque inside Maryland State House. Reservations for this Annapolis walking tour are strongly recommended.