Annapolis, MD is one of the most scenic towns in the mid-Atlantic region and is the capital of Maryland. Annapolis has been catering to locals and visitors for centuries and is filled with lots of fun things to do and is an interesting place to explore. There is a variety of museums and historic sites as well as great restaurants and shopping areas.
When visiting Annapolis, stay at the Annapolis O’Callaghan Hotel and take advantage of the Annapolis hotel deals they have on offer. This will help keep your costs low and because there are several activities to do within walking distance of hotel, you will also save money on transport when exploring the town.
- Annapolis Preservation Co. – 0.0 miles
Walk by lantern with your 19th century guide and hear about the authentic legends, myths, ghost stories and history of the historic district. Your guide is local historian, Charles N. Mazurek, and he shares his frightening personal experiences of living with ghosts at one of the oldest houses in town.
- Segs in the City – 0.1. miles
Segs in the City offer 90 minute Segway tours of the historic Annapolis. On the Segway safari, you will discover the State House, St. Anne’s Parish, the City Dock and much more.
Tours depart at 10am, 12.15pm and 2:30pm. Price for the tour is $60 per person.
- Mission Escape Rooms – 0.3 miles
Mission Escape Rooms is a new, interactive, fun entertainment concept. It is a real-life escape experience, like a game of clue, designed for small groups of 1 – 12 people. Your mission is simple: work together as a team, testing your wits and skills, to escape from a locked room in 50 minutes or less. While the goal is simple, the game is challenging. This is fantastic fun for all the family and prices start at $29 each. Can you escape?
- Rams Head Tavern – 0.3 miles
The Rams Head Tavern has been running for over 25 years and is an award-winning favourite of the Annapolis MD restaurants. Rams Head serves up creative pub fare, has an outstanding happy hour with a legendary beer selection and has live local and national music 7 nights a week. Whether your visit is in one of the cosy dining rooms, the historic pub or on the Wisteria covered patio, it is easy to see why Rams Head is highly recommended by the locals.
- Maryland State House – 0.5 miles
The State House is the oldest state capital still in use and is the only state house to have served as the nation’s capital. The State house is where the Treaty of Paris was ratified, where Maryland General Assembly convenes for 3 months a year and where the leadership of the state have offices.
- S. Naval Academy – 0.9 miles
Established in 1845, this undergraduate college for the Navy prepares men and women to become professional officers in the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. You and your family are encouraged to take a guided walking tour of the Academy accompanied by professional, certified Naval Academy guides through the Armel-Leftwich Visitor Centre. There is also a U.S. Naval Museum on site with artefacts displayed in galleries spanning two floors.