If you’ve ever been to Annapolis, you know of its bustling boutiques, waterfront views, and of course, its history. What you may not know is just how Annapolis has been able to preserve and maintain its historic charm since its establishment in the mid-1600s. One of the major reasons visitors still enjoy the city as it’s been for centuries is the dedication and hard work of organizations like Historic Annapolis. They’re credited with dubbing Annapolis " A Museum Without Walls” – a statement that’s made abundantly clear with a simple stroll through the city’s brick streets. It’s also a reality they’ve had a leading role in creating.
We at Historian Annapolis had a chance to sit down with President and CEO, Robert Clark, to discuss the organization, its vision, the history and preservation of Annapolis, and his deep love for preserving our wonderful town.