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Little known facts about Annapolis...
  • The Maryland State House located in Annapolis is the oldest state capitol still in continuous legislative use.
  • Annapolis was known as the Athens of America during the seventeenth century and once served as first capital of the United States after the Treaty of Paris was ratified at the Annapolis State House in 1783. This treaty officially ended the Revolutionary War.
  • Annapolis is positioned 38.97 degrees north of the equator and 76.50 degrees west of the prime meridian.



Historic Annapolis Foundaton
186 Prince George Street
Tours depart from HAF Museum Store. Audio self guided tours (narrated by Walter Cronkite and the African American Heritage Walking Tour) available.


Discover Annapolis Tours
26 West Street (Annapolis Visitors Center)
99 Main Street (History Quest)
Tours depart from both locations. Drive-by trolley tours of the city.

U.S. Naval Academy
Visitors Center, USNA
52 King George Street
Guided walking tours of the Naval Academy campus and John Paul Jones crypt.

Annapolis Carriage
99 Main Street
Horse-drawn carriage tours of the city.
Tours depart from HistoryQuest.

Segs in the City
126 West Street
Tours depart from Loew's Annapolis Hotel and Cafe Pronto.

Annapolis Segway Tours
131 Prince George Street
Ride a Segway transporter and tour the city.


Annapolis Ghost Tours
12 Church Circle
Lantern-led ghost walk tours and pub crawl ghost tours for those over 21.

  Watermark Tours, Charters & Cruises
Various departure locations. Yacht charters, sightseeing cruises and walking tours with Colonial guides.
Capital City Colonials
26 West Street
Group tours lead by a Colonial impersonator.
  Thomas Point Lighthouse
723 Second Street
Annapolis Maritime Museum’s Barge House
Rare opportunity to tour this Nation Historic Lighthouse. Limited dates and spaces
www.thomaspointlighthouse org.