Historic Annapolis: Romantic, Cultured, and Traditional

  • Maryland Inn

    Maryland Inn

    The Maryland Inn is one of the Historic Inns of Annapolis dating back to 1782.


    Photo courtesy of T. Browne Smith

  • Reynolds Tavern

    Reynolds Tavern

    Reynolds Tavern is one of the oldest taverns in America and the oldest in Annapolis.


    Photo courtesy of T. Browne Smith

  • Sign for Bannekar-Douglass Museum

    Bannekar-Douglass Museum

    The Benjamin Bannekar Frederick Douglass Museum documents early Africans and African Americans in Maryland.

    Photo courtesy of T. Browne Smith

  • Original Site of Bannekar-Douglass Museum

    Bannekar-Douglass Museum

    The original museum was housed in the Mount Moriah African Methodist Episcopal church which is on the National Register of Historic Places.


    Photo courtesy of T. Browne Smith

  • WWII Memorial Overlooking Naval Bridge

    WWII Memorial

    The World War II Memorial befittingly sits atop a hill along the Severn River overlooking the U.S. Naval Academy.

    Photo courtesy of T. Browne Smith

  • Steps to the WWII Memorial

    WWII Memorial

    Countless engraved names in the WWII Memorial boldly illustrates the number of lives lost in the war.

    Photo courtesy of T. Browne Smith

  • Walking down West Street

    Romantic Stroll

    As historic as Annapolis is, it’s also a romantic place to walk and take in the sites.


    Photo courtesy of T. Browne Smith

  • Old Homes, New Shops

    Shops

    Shopping in Annapolis is unique to its small port-town infrastructure.

    Photo courtesy of T. Browne Smith

  • Set back home

    Old Home

    Many homes in Annapolis maintain their beautiful colonial architecture.


    Photo courtesy of T. Browne Smith

  • City Trolley

    Transportation

    Trolley cars help take visitors around the city equipped with great storytellers.

    Photo courtesy of T. Browne Smith


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