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Visitor Center


Like the personal touch? Stop by our Visitors Center at 26 West Street in Annapolis or our satellite Visitor Information Booth at City Dock. Our trained volunteer information specialists can answer your questions, make recommendations, provide you with event calendars and brochures, and help map out an itinerary that's perfect for you. Contact us at info@VisitAnnapolis.org, 410-280-0445 or toll free at 888-302-2852.

The West Street Visitors Center is open daily from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., except on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day. Conveniently located adjacent to Gott's Court parking garage in Annapolis's Historic District, the center is within easy walking distance of shops along Main and West Streets, Maryland Avenue, and State Circle. The U.S. Naval Academy, Maryland State House, William Paca House and Garden, Hammond-Harwood House, Chase-Lloyd House, Charles Carroll House, Historic Annapolis Foundation Museum, and Banneker-Douglass Museum are all within walking distance.

Handicapped-accessible, the Visitors Center is a convenient starting point for a variety of tours including the Discover Annapolis Trolley Tour and Watermark's Four Centuries Walking Tour.

The satellite Visitor Information Booth at City Dock is open daily March through October from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Located at Ego Alley, it's a great place for learning about boat and walking tours, picking up a map, and touching base for recommendations on accommodations, restaurants, shopping, and attractions.

The Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors Bureau offices are located at 26 West Street, Annapolis, MD 21401.

From Baltimore (20 Miles):
I-95 South to I-895 South (Harbor Tunnel) to I-97 South or I-95 South to I-695 South (Baltimore Beltway) to Exit 4, I-97 South. I-97 will end at Rt. 50. Head East to Exit 24, Rowe Blvd. Follow signs to the Visitors Center.

From Washington DC (30 miles):
DC-295 North to Rt. 50 East. Follow Rt. 50 to Exit 24, Rowe Blvd., and follow signs to the Visitors Center.

From points North (NJ, NY and PA):
I-95 South to I-895 South (Harbor Tunnel) to I-97 South or I-95 South to I-695 South (Baltimore Beltway) to Exit 4, I-97 South. I-97 will end at Rt. 50. Head East to Exit 24, Rowe Blvd. Follow signs to the Visitors Center.

From points South (Richmond):
I-95 North to I-495 North (Washington Beltway) to Rt. 50 East. Follow to Exit 24, Rowe Blvd. and follow signs to the Visitors Center.

From Maryland's Eastern Shore:
Take Rt. 50 West across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge (free westbound). Follow Rt. 50 to exit 24-A, Rowe Blvd. and follow signs to the Visitors Center.

From BWI Airport:
Follow Airport exit signs. Take Exit 1, marked "To I-97, Annapolis." Follow to I-97 South to Rt. 50 East. Take Exit 24 onto Rowe Blvd, and follow signs to the Visitors Center.

Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Conference & Visitors Bureau

26 West Street, Annapolis, MD 21401

Phone: 410.280.0445   Fax: 410.263.9591
Toll-free from the U.S. 888.302.2852

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