6 Things to do in Annapolis
Original Annapolis Seafood Crawl
What’s there better to do than eating seafood in the sailing capital of the United states? The tour takes about 2 hours and along the way you’ll hear naval tales about Chesapeake Bay and taste some seafood samples such as crab, oysters, mussels, clams and rockfish. Visit Annapolis and Eastport, the cities that helped shaping America’s heritage. A highlight is to ride around in an e-cruiser and end up at Annapolis harbour where you can make stunning sea-view pictures.
Chesapeake Region Wine Tour
Explore the area of Maryland and its numerous wineries. The guided tours take about 5 hours but there are several more or less extended options to be chosen from. Discover the different wines the area has to offer and enjoy a charcuterie platter with your travel partner. Get to know all about the features of the wines in that area and relax. Meet local winemakers and tour their vineyards. Book your tickets online.
U.S Naval Academy
This popular museum located in Annapolis shows the history of sea power, the development of the U.S. Navy, and the role of the U.S. Naval Academy on two floors. Many historical artefacts are featured and brought to life through video and audio technology. The admission is free and doors are open to visitors from Monday through Saturday from 9am until 5pm.
Quiet Waters Park
A beautiful park located right next to Annapolis to spend sunny days in. Pools, football fields and acres of nature and lakes to breathe through and relax. Keep your kids busy on the playgrounds and enjoy a long walk along the trails between flowers and trees. This park has been created to preserve valuable land and to provide a space to escape for residents and tourists.
St. Anne’s Church
A beautiful Catholic church right in the middle of Annapolis. Located at the Church circle, it’s the perfect place to visit during the day or hear a concert in the evening. The Tiffany windows are the highlight and services are still being held.
William Paca House & Garden
William Paca was a declaration signer of the state of Maryland of the 18th century. He used to reside right in the historic centre of Annapolis. He opened his home and garden to the public and being renovated in 1970, this attraction is now open to visitors from all over the world. Summerhouses, natural springs and exotic plants attracts visitors each year.