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Annapolis
Annapolis & Anne Arundel County, MD
350 years of history come alive in Annapolis! You'll discover a treasure trove of historic attractions in Annapolis, an 18th-century seaport town where Colonial-era buildings abound. Annapolis is proud to boast more existing 18th century buildings than any other city in the country! If you are visiting during the USNA's academic year, experience the awesome sight of 4,000 midshipmen in formation at the U.S. Naval Academy as you stroll this beautiful National Historic Landmark campus.
Choose Your Itinerary
African American Heritage Tour
Walking tour traces the history of African Americans in Annapolis from Kunta Kinte to Thurgood Marshall and their impact nationally and internationally. (2 hours)

Colonial Eye Spy
What was it like to be a colonial child? It was very different from what children know about today and yet the same! Walk the streets of Annapolis, learn the rhymes, play the games of the past. Your students will enjoy their trip back in time to Colonial days on this tour. (90 minutes)

Colonial Myths & Legends Tour
Journey through historic Annapolis and back in time as you learn about the most notorious colonial inhabitants, bizarre superstitions, revolting remedies, helpful herbal concoctions, and even some history along the way. (90 minutes)

Colonial Pursuit Scavenger Hunt
Colonial attired guides will help students discover the hidden secrets of Annapolis. Great teambuilding activity. (90 minutes)

Hammond-Harwood House Kitchen Tour – Add-on to Walking Tour
Explore a colonial kitchen and compare past and modern day amenities. (15 minutes)

Harbor Queen Cruise
Narrated cruise of the Annapolis harbor and banks of the U.S. Naval Academy. (40 minutes)

Historic Ghost Walk
Join Watermark for a Historic Ghost Walk of downtown Annapolis and hear about unexplained footsteps, the Gravedigger and the poor souls hung to save room in local jails. As the sun sets and darkness descends upon the streets of historic and haunted Annapolis, a spirited period dressed guide will lead you by candlelight on an Annapolis ghost tour to explore the city’s streets. Listen to stories -- all of which are based on facts -- of the spirits who dwell in the town’s 18th century buildings and linger in the mist and get a whole new perspective of Maryland’s capital city. (90 minutes)

Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Step into the Castle to a world of pageantry, honor and courage. Journey into the 11th century that includes a four-course feast and action packed live show.

Pirates of the Chesapeake Cruise
Become part of our pirate crew during this interactive theatrical performance. Your students will band together to commandeer a sea-worthy ship for a cruise along the Severn River. Come find out what it takes to engage in this high-seas adventure! (1 hour)

Pizza Party Cruise
Reward your students with this fun three hour cruise on the scenic Severn River. The program includes pizza, soda and a DJ. Up to 225 guests can be accommodated. (3 hours)

Three/Four Centuries Tour
Colonial guided walking tour of the Maryland State House, historic district and the U.S. Naval Academy. (2 1/4 hours)

U.S. Naval Academy
Guided walking tour of the U.S. Naval Academy including the Chapel and Crypt of John Paul Jones. (90 minutes)

Walk with the Colonials
Colonial guided walking tour of the Maryland State House and the historic district. (90 minutes)

War of 1812 in Annapolis
Come celebrate the Bicentennial of the war of 1812 as we bring you back in time in Historic Annapolis acquainting you with key points of interest throughout the streets of Annapolis and the United States Naval Academy. Our 1812 period dressed guide will take you to many stops including where Francis Scott Key attended college and the US Navy first demonstrated itself as a force to be reckoned with during the war of 1812, an event that signified the rebirth of our nation. (2 hours)

MEAL OPTIONS
Drydock Restaurant
Add-on lunch at the Drydock Restaurant located in Dahlgren Hall on the yard at USNA.

Box Lunch

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