ANNAPOLIS HARBOR DOCKING & MOORING INFORMATION Call “Annapolis Harbormaster’s Office” VHF Ch. 09 & 17 410-263-7973 harbormaster@annapolis.gov • Our downtown dock provides the best position to enjoy All Things Annapolis: You…

The newly renovated McNasby Oyster Company building, the last remaining oyster-packing plant in Annapolis, features rotating exhibits celebrating the area’s unique maritime heritage, plus maritime concerts, seminars, and special events, also…

This 18 acre complex of restored buildings and new structures houses exhibits that trace the history of the Bay and its traditions in boat building, commercial fishing, yachting, water fowling and navigation. Major features include a 100 year old &…

“Underground Railroad ‘conductor’ Harriet Tubman was born in Dorchester County probably in the 1820s. At this small museum in downtown Cambridge — just a few miles from where she grew up — learn of the strength, courage, and…

As of printing, facility houses offices and resources for Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame hosts events that are open to the public, so check the calendar on the website. Future plans include a fully interactive Hall of Fame exhibit.

You and your family are encouraged to tour the Academy any time of the year during regular visiting hours (9 am to 5 pm daily). You can take a guided tour with a commercial service in Annapolis or through the Academy’s own Armel-Leftwich…

Visit Annapolis can help you discover the complete Chesapeake experience. Explore our restaurants, pubs, and boutiques, along with the origins of our county and the traditions of the Naval Academy. Discover art galleries at every step and a variety…