The United States Naval Academy campus is beautiful and pays tribute to the naval branch of the military, even as it moves on to a new generation.
What tourists commonly refer to as "Historic Annapolis" is the abundance of restaurants, galleries, and shops that fill the converted row houses on Main Street.
Although the Banneker-Douglas Museum is small, it is packed with history. Its name was black scientist Benjamin Banneker.
If you want to stretch your legs in some picturesque location, Quiet Waters Park is the place to do it. Its 340 acres range from approximately 7-miles of paved.
Ego Street is not a street in the traditional sense of the word, it is a narrow waterway that spans Spa Creek. The name "Ego Alley" comes from a series of expensive yachts.
The Hammond-Harwood House, the self-proclaimed "Jewel of Annapolis," is a gem in all seriousness.
Even though the Maryland State House doesn't surprise visitors with its architecture or exhibits, it is a site of illustrious history.
The ancient William Packa House and Gardens is an immaculately restored 18th-century Georgian mansion, and it was once home to a young lawyer.
When Sandy Point State Park opened in 1952, it was the only state park that African Americans were allowed to visit.
The Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse dates back to 1824 when Congress appropriated $6,500 to build a 30-foot, land-based tower.