Maryland Avenue Shopping

Annapolis Maritime Antiques

Visitors and residents of Annapolis who look longingly at the handmade furniture in the Hammond-Harwood House or who think that Crate and Barrel is their only option for purchasing rustic or nautical furnishings should visit Annapolis Maritime Antiques (AMA) in Eastport. The shop, located about a…

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Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse

Just south of Annapolis, near the mouth of South River, sits the last remaining screw-pile lighthouse still in its original location on the Chesapeake Bay. The Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse has been designated as a National Historical Landmark, only one of twelve lighthouses to be given this…

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Visual Arts in Annapolis

During Annapolis Arts Week, there will be plenty of opportunities to contribute to the culture and experience of visual arts in Annapolis. Whether you’re out to create some new pieces or just want to window shop, there is a place for everyone to enjoy what the artists of Annapolis have to offer…

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A Rainy Day in Annapolis

As spring approaches, so does warmer weather and typically a few rainy days. Annapolis thrives when the seas are calm and sun is shining, but there are plenty of activities around the city that cater to a range of ages and interests. Here are a few suggestions for a rainy day in Annapolis to keep…

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6 Ways to Explore Annapolis This March

With spring right around the corner, it’s time to start getting ready for the festival and event season in Annapolis. In Annapolis this March, you'll find a slew of major events happening, from the annual Annapolis Restaurant Week, a ton of St. Patrick’s Day activities and events, a…

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Oyster Wars Cannon at the Annapolis Maritime Museum

A relic of the Maryland Oyster Wars, the Oyster Wars Cannon is a true treasure of Maryland’s history. It is a 150-year old cannon that was used by Maryland State officers to fight oyster poaching in Maryland waters in the late 1800s. The actual cannon is now on display at the Annapolis Maritime…

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Listen and Learn at a Winter Lecture Series

Yes, holiday parties are fun – but there comes a time when the last appetizer is consumed and the last carol is sung – a time when you find yourself wondering if nourishing the intellect might be a better choice. When the New Year rings in, why not bundle up and venture out to listen and learn at a…

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