Annapolis 2022-2023 Local Connect Guide

What To Do In Annapolis:
A Local Guide To Living In Anne Arundel County

Published by J Paul Builders

We’re often asked, “How can I spend a day in Annapolis?” To answer this frequently asked question, we published this issue of “Annapolis Local Connect” to help guide those living outside of Anne Arundel County on what to do in Annapolis Maryland.

This Annapolis visitors guide will help you discover the best that Annapolis has to offer - from our beaches, golf courses, and world-class dining and shopping destinations, to unique cultural experiences, philanthropic opportunities, and more!

This issue showcases my favorites in 14 categories. It certainly doesn’t cover all of the many local options, so I welcome you to submit your personal recommendations for inclusion in our next issue.

I hope all our readers will find this guide useful and an insightful local resource to share with family and friends. Other free downloads are also available here.

Steven Lichter
Publisher

(410) 602-8070
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Charities
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Nightlife
Spas & Relaxation
Muesuems & Galleries
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Accomodations
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What To Do In Annapolis Maryland

What is Annapolis best known for? Known as America’s Sailing Capitol, Annapolis has a picturesque waterfront and is Maryland’s state capitol with interesting history — making it the perfect place to visit for a weekend or longer. This quaint town has something to offer everyone. A little over 7 square miles of land with about 40,000 permanent residents, Annapolis is small enough that it is entirely walkable. This makes it perfect for visitors who can enjoy all its charm

Walk along the old brick sidewalks much as George Washington or Thomas Jefferson did in the days when Annapolis was the Capital of the United States and amazingly, if you squint your eyes, you will see a city which looks remarkably similar to what our Founding Fathers saw in their day. Architecturally, Annapolis boasts some of the finest 17th and 18th Century buildings in the country - including the residences of all four Maryland signers of the Declaration of Independence.

Annapolis is the home of the United States Naval Academy founded in 1845 and also the home of St. John's College, founded in 1696 as King William's School and the third oldest institution of higher learning in the United States.

Stroll along our famed waterfront or sit at City Dock and imagine what Annapolis must have been during the 1700's, when the City was a bustling seaport with vessels sailing in to trade from all over the world. Or, watch sailboat races in the harbor and understand why Annapolis is America's Sailing Capital. Enjoy the many shops, restaurants, activities and scenery Annapolis has to offer. Take a sightseeing cruise or walking tour and learn more about why Annapolis is a great place to visit...or to call home!

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We’re often asked, “How can I spend a day in Annapolis?” To answer this frequently asked question, we published this issue of "Annapolis Local Connect" to help guide those living outside of Anne Arundel County on what to do in Annapolis Maryland. This Annapolis visitors guide will help you discover the best that Annapolis has to offer - from our beaches, golf courses, and world-class dining and shopping destinations, to unique cultural experiences, philanthropic opportunities, and more!

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