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The Chase Home Garden

Set behind the impressive Chase-Lloyd House on Maryland Avenue lies a lush garden landscape of native plants that supports the ecology of the region and the Chesapeake Bay! Image courtesy of Annapolis Discovered. The Chase-Lloyd House The Chase-Lloyd House was built in the 1770's…

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Seas the Bay, Private Sailing Charters

The wind is blowing out of the south east, the motor is off and the sails are full as you head toward the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. Just when you think things can't get much better, First Mate, Susan Rosepepe pours you a little more champagne and brings out her homemade Anitpasto platter. A gal…

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Annapolis Collection Gallery

The Annapolis Collection Gallery is located in the last historic block of West Street, fittingly beneath the watchful eye of the mural next door painted by one of the gallery's master artists, Jeff Huntington. The gallery was founded 15 years ago as owner and curator, Katherine Burke, moved…

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Medieval Times at Arundel Mills

Riotous revelry, a tournament of champions and a feast fit for a Queen! This is what awaits you at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Arundel Mills. Have you often wondered what happens behind the castle walls of a Medieval Times performance? Annapolis Discovered was recently welcomed…

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The Schooner, Liberté

The Schooner, Liberté The Liberté is a three-masted schooner built exclusively for Captain Chris Tietje for his sailing and chartering business. Liberté is French for 'freedom of thought and belief' and that is exactly how you feel when sailing on this schooner. With the wind in your hair…

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Welcome Back to The Annapolis Maritime Museum!

The Annapolis Maritime Museum (AMM) is now open to visitors with their new exhibit, Our Changing Waterfront . Bringing together technology and a visual history of the Bay through gallery exhibits, hands on learning and an impressive chronological timeline- the new permanent exhibit was well worth…

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Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary, a World Away

Anne Arundel County's Department of Recreation and Parks is an impressive resource, for residents and visitors alike, to discover and reacquaint themselves with the great outdoors. Especially during the past year when many were drawn back to nature amid the pandemic. While many people are…

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The Woodwinds, Sailing into Spring

Bears aren't the only ones who hibernate throughout the winter. As soon as the birds begin to chirp and the flowers begin to blossom, the boats around Annapolis begin to find their way out of their plastic shrink wrap and into the cold waters of the Chesapeake Bay. When Annapolis Discovered…

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