About Annapolis

annapskyline1.jpgAnnapolis is the most beautiful coastal town between Charleston and New England. A stunningly original colonial seaport on the Chesapeake Bay, America’s sailing capital today boasts 300 years of architectural history framing the waterfront and the United States Naval Academy. A visitor finds it easy to get out on the water, turn toward shore, and marvel at our soaring domes and spires.

An easy town for walking, Annapolis offers a wide array of shops and pubs and restaurants to fit every taste and budget in the Historic District and across Spa Creek in Eastport. Entertainment spans the arc from contemporary music to live theater to colonial era and maritime museums, to boating from the waterfront in summer months aboard a staysail schooner and other touring craft.

We pride ourselves on unique shopping opportunities around our City Dock, up the rise of Main Street, and along the quaint streetscape of Maryland Avenue. Eastport has its own delights, while the Naval Academy welcomes visitors with honor, pride and ceremony.

Annapolis, once called “Camelot-on-the-Bay” by National Geographic, is at the same time quite contemporary. Whatever your age or interests, you’ll find that the B&Bs in our Association are the key to getting the most out of your visit to the town we call our home.

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