Here are some resources to help you get the most out
of your visit to Annapolis.
We suggest you start at the Visitors Center–where
our one-hour trolley tours begin and end. If you're
on foot, the Visitors Center is located at 26
West Street, across the street from Ram's Head
Tavern. It also has an entrance on the other side of
the building, facing Northwest Street and the parking
garage. If you're driving, the address is 25
The Visitors Center is run by the
Annapolis & Anne Arundel County Conference and Visitors
Bureau . Their phone number is 410-280-0445,
or email them through their
When you’re in the Dock area (what we call our
harbor), you can stop by the Information Booth, open
from April through early October.
WHAT’S ON --
DIRECTIONS TO THE
ANNAPOLIS VISITOR CENTER,
25 Northwest Street -- Our one-hour tour starts
and ends at the Visitor Center. It’s open 9 to
5 daily. Closed New Years, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
– Timing is everything....
STUFF – Spend money! But there’s
free stuff, too.
– The Naval Academy and the State House take some
precautions for your safety.
Links to the most popular visitor attractions, and some
others you might find interesting.
RV HELPS -- RV's have special
challenges. Here's help with parking and services.
WHAT'S NEW -- The Annapolis Maritime
Museum has updated their self-guided
walking tour of the Eastport peninsula with downloadable
The National Sailing Hall of Fame has a new
website. Our favorite: the film on the Herreshofff
brothers in the video library.