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Lifeline 100 Rides

There are countless manmade and natural sights to see in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, from historic colonial buildings and landmarks to the Chesapeake Bay’s diverse flora and fauna. There are also plenty of ways to see them, from formal walking tours and boat rides to scenic drives and…

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A History Lover's Itinerary

Given Maryland’s nearly 400 years of history – it became a colony in 1632 and a state in 1788 – you could easily spend a month in the state and visit a different historic site, museum, or attraction every day. But if you’re big on history and short on time, just a few days spent in and around…

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Adrenaline-fueled Adventure Awaits

There is a sense of kinship one feels watching the Brood X cicadas emerge from their self-imposed sequestration. While similarities between us start to trail off much beyond that, it is undeniably time for us humans to break free from our shells and spread our proverbial wings. To this end, there…

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Goshen Farm: Preservation, Restoration, Education

We first visited Goshen Farm for the Spring Open House event in April. Following the shaded winding access road to a parking area, we began the adventure of self-touring this unique 22-acre parcel located behind Cape St. Claire Elementary School. It’s one of the few existing examples of a Colonial…

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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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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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The Concierge Desk: The Graduate Hotel

Nestled in the heart of the Annapolis Arts District, halfway down West Street, inside the front doors of The Graduate Annapolis hotel, and behind the wall of the lobby lies a six-story hotel atrium so spectacular, that I audibly gasped upon crossing the door’s threshold into the room. The…

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The Clay Bakers on Main Street

The Clay Bakers on Main Street is home to Karen baker's pain-your-own-pottery, glass fusing, and clay studio! Photo courtesy of Visit Annapolis. We spoke with owner, Karen Baker, of downtown Annapolis' only paint-your-own pottery, located right on Main Street, The Clay Bakers! Her studio caters to…

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Summer Art Camps for Kids: Virtual and In-Person

ArtFarm Studios offers two upcoming camps as part of their August summer camp series. Photo courtesy of Visit Annapolis. Summer camp in Annapolis is often ruled by outdoor activities, like sailing and boating. However, Annapolis is also a haven for the Arts! Our historic town on the Bay is privy to…

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