If you’re a parent with kids at home, you may have been spending more time together in recent months. Perhaps you and your family have enjoyed many virtual experience of late and you’re ready for an on-site adventure. Whether you’re traveling with toddlers, teenagers or ‘tweens, chances are Annapolis and Anne Arundel County will have just what you’re looking for.
Many locals will tell you the best way to experience Annapolis and Anne Arundel County is by boat. There are several safe, socially distancing options available – from public cruises and sails, to stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking adventures, to charter excursions, and water taxi rides.
Back on dry land, we invite you to take in some history with a driving or walking tour, hit the trails at our local parks, or swim and fish at Sandy Point State Park. Outside tours of Historic London Town and Gardens and the William Paca Garden will introduce your crew to the movers and shakers of colonial Annapolis.
While the U.S. Naval Academy, Maryland State House, Banneker-Douglass Museum, and other historic attractions and museums are currently closed to visitors, a host of virtual tours will bring them to life as you plan for future visits.
Whether your family prefers the bustle of a thriving downtown or the quiet countryside, you'll find plenty to discover at Annapolis and Anne Arundel County.