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Before the Civil War, Maryland was a border slave state between the North and South. Due to being located strategically next to Washington, D.C. and the passion of opposing factions within the state, Maryland was destined to play a critical role during the conflict. The first deaths occurred during the Baltimore Riot of April 1861and… read more

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The Historic Annapolis Museum & Store on 99 Main Street is a great place for tourists visiting Maryland’s capital for the first time. They can quickly get acquainted with the city’s history and shop for great souvenirs to bring home. The Museum Store has a wonderful selection of gifts that are Chesapeake Bay regional, historic,… read more

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If you love shopping for collectibles, you can take the first weekend after the holidays to come to the Historic Annapolis Antique Show. It is an established annual show scheduled this year for Saturday and Sunday, January 7 – 8, 2017. Collectors can also build in a tour of historic Annapolis, while spending a few… read more

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The Colonial Players, a renowned theater group based in Annapolis will be opening 2017 with a very topical play after our country’s bruising national election. Director Ruben Vellekoop will helm the political drama The City of Conversation, playwright Anthony Giardina’s intriguing exploration of the politics of a prominent Georgetown family. Performance dates are scheduled from… read more

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Visit Annapolis over the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Weekend (January 14-16, 2017) to see the beautiful maritime city’s historic sites and celebrate America’s struggle for freedom. Born on January 15, 1929, Dr. King was a Baptist minister and activist who led the African-American Civil Rights Movement and gave his life for this cause. His… read more

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St. Mary’s Church has graced Annapolis as the city’s main house of worship for Catholics since 1860. However, visitors of many faiths have been impressed by her architectural beauty both inside and out. Constructed in 19th Century Gothic Revival style, its magnificent steeple and bell tower overlooking Duke of Gloucester Street have beckoned parishioners to… read more

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As mentioned in Part 1, Annapolis offers a superb dining experience that will be unique because of its geographical location on the middle of the East Coast, proximity to the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean, and the influence of immigrants who settled in the region. According to TripAdvisor, below is a list of Numbers 5… read more

Hotel, Inn. Annapolis MD

A trip to Annapolis means a superb dining experience that will be unique for three main reasons. A border state prior to the Civil War, Maryland’s cuisine was influenced by both the North and South. In addition, the Chesapeake Bay and Mid-Atlantic are considered two prime sources for seafood in the United States. Finally, immigrants… read more

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Visit Annapolis and kick off the first holiday weekend of December by having lots of fun and giving in to your sweet tooth at the Chocolate Binge Festival. On Sunday, December 4, 2016, the festive event will return for its second year, featuring chocolate, family entertainment, holiday shopping, and lighting of the expanded West Street… read more

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Dramatic readings of Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol will be performed at the Brice House, a National Historic Landmark in Annapolis, on Saturday, December 17, 2016. Mark Hildebrand and two other performers will bring this classic holiday story to life in one of colonial Maryland’s architectural treasures. Lawyer James Brice, who served as Annapolis’ mayor… read more