Maryland Avenue Shopping

Maryland Avenue Has It All

You gotta love Maryland Avenue. This short spoke of a street off State Circle certainly throws off an old-world vibe. Here you’ll find a colorful mix of artsy mom-and-pop shops overflowing from historic buildings onto cozy sidewalks. The effect could not be more charming—this is the intersection of…

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Visit the United States Naval Academy

The United States Naval Academy (USNA) can be found in the heart of downtown Annapolis. Known as “The Yard,” this prestigious undergraduate college prepares young men and women to become professional officers in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Originally established in 1845, the USNA is a National…

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Perfect Eastport Eateries for May

Apologies for the alliterative headline, but ‘tis true: May is the official opening of a season marked by celebrations. Think graduations, weddings, parties, proms, beach days, boat races – the list goes on. Annapolis at this time of year is party central, with visitors coming from everywhere for…

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Where to Eat During the 2018 Spring Sailboat Show

It’s the eighth year for the Annapolis Spring Boat Show, a popular in-water extravaganza that attracts sailors and their families to our picturesque harbor in the heart of downtown. The April 20-22 event occupies every inch of the parking lot as well as Ego Alley, so named because on weekends fancy…

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St. John’s vs USNA Croquet Match

The stage is set for Annapolis' annual St. John’s College vs U.S. Naval Academy Croquet Match, taking place April 14th on the St. John's College Campus. What once began as a friendly match between two neighboring institutions has now become one of the biggest spring events Annapolitan spectators…

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5 Historic Sites in Annapolis to Visit

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In 1649, an English community emerged on the land that now makes up Maryland's capital. Puritans, seeking religious freedom, nestled into a spot on the western shore of Chesapeake Bay and called their new town Providence. A lot has happened in Annapolis since these…

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Historic Winter Lecture Series in Annapolis

{{unknown}}You have options on a cold winter evening. You could stay home hibernating until the spring thaw, maybe catch a football game or binge on Netflix… OR… you could expand your horizons and venture out to attend some of the winter lecture series popping up around Annapolis. Annapolis offers…

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Thanksgiving in Annapolis

November marks the beginning of the holiday season in towns and cities across the nation. Every year, more and more Annapolis restaurants are offering Thanksgiving feasts all across town. The catch? Reservations fill up quickly, so be sure to call or book online. Here's a short list of beloved spots…

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Happy Hour at The Chart House

Take the water taxi, walk over from Eastport, drive from downtown Annapolis or out of town, but you will want to put a visit to the Chart House on your upcoming agenda. If you have been there before, you will be reminded why every visit there feels like a special occasion. If it’s your first time…

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Historic Hauntings Tour is Scary but Not Too Scary

Some people will pay good money to be scared out of their wits. They go for the adrenaline jolt, the endorphin rush, the high of success that comes from being terrified and surviving it. Generally not a zombie seeker, I threw caution to the wind and tried the latest Special Historic Hauntings tour…

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