There are plenty of ways to learn more about this important American institution and its proud and lengthy history. Explore the Naval Academy campus and go on a guided tour that provides an up-close glimpse of what life as a midshipman is really like. Make a stop at one or more of the campus’s impressive attractions, including the midshipmen’s Noon Formation, the Naval Academy Museum, the Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center, the Naval Academy Chapel, the crypt of naval hero John Paul Jones, and more. Attend a spirited sporting event at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium or the Brigade Sports Complex; Navy Football, Lacrosse and Hockey are some of the Academy’s most popular spectator sports. Take in a cultural event; midshipmen participate in several musical and theatrical performances throughout the year. Visit the Naval Academy website for more information on the Naval Academy history and education programs.
Come to Annapolis and get to know the Naval Academy, an institution that trains officers for the U.S. Navy and the Marine Corps and has an enormous influence on Annapolis and the entire nation.