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  • Charles Carroll House of Annapolis

    Celebrating three generations and an urban cultural landscape that spans over 300 years, the Carroll House is a restoration-in-progress. This national historic landmark bears great historical significance to the state of Maryland and America as the home of Charles Carroll th...

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  • Maryland Hall For The Creative Arts

    Founded in 1979, Maryland Hall is a multi-disciplinary arts center whose mission is to provide exceptional opportunities for lifelong community participation in arts education, the visual arts and performing arts.As our region’s premier comprehensive arts center, Maryl...

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  • McBride Gallery

    McBride Gallery was established in 1980 near Annapolis' historic City Dock. In 1990 the gallery moved to larger quarters in one of the oldest buildings on upper Main Street. The land was originally owned by William Paca, a Maryland signer of the Declaration of Independence...

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  • The Annapolis Chorale

    The Annapolis Chorale is a non-profit artistic organization dedicated to enhancing community life through performing and producing a wide variety of music. Now in its 32nd year, the Annapolis Chorale, which now also includes the Chamber Chorus, Chamber Orchestra and the Anna...

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  • Annapolis Maritime Museum

    Focus & Impact The Annapolis Maritime Museum educates youth and adults about the Annapolis area's rich maritime heritage and the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay through programs, exhibits and community events. We accomplish this mission through an engaging suite of hands-...

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  • Main Street Gallery

    Main St. Gallery - a fine art gallery located in the heart of historic Annapolis. Meander through the two story building with 7 rooms of art. The building is over 200 years old and is on the State historic register. Owners / artists, Christine Drewyer and Margaret Lee are th...

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  • Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre

    Mission: To provide opportunities for the community to learn about and experience live theatre under the stars.  Vision: Unique An outdoor community theatre in Maryland's capital city, ASGT produces musicals (featuring live music) every summer at our historic proper...

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  • Annapolis Symphony Orchestra

    Mission: The mission of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra is to produce, present and promote memorable symphonic music that increases awareness, enjoyment, and appreciation of music for all ages throughout the region. Vision: To be a leading artistic treasure in Maryland a...

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  • Children's Theatre Of Annapolis

    Vision Statement: CTA: The Stage and Beyond - Discovering the Talent Within Mission Statement: Children's Theatre of Annapolis is a community based, non-profit organization, dedicated to nurturing the growth and development of children ages 8 - 18, through participation in ...

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  • Wynn Bone Gallery

    Since its inception in 2001, Wynn Bone Gallery has served as a venue for artists with a fresh perspective and, accordingly, has forged relationships with a diverse group of artists who express a unique point of view. Additionally, the gallery and its artists have maintained ...

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  • Aurora Gallery

    Discover the work of prominent American artists working in clay, glass, hand painted silks, and jewelry. Drape yourself with hand wrought jewelry in mixed metals, semi-precious stones, gold and silver, and new, innovative materials. View the many distinctive paintings, water...

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  • United States Naval Academy Museum

    History The Museum originated as the Naval School Lyceum, established in 1845 under the Academy's first chaplain. The Lyceum was a collection of historic and natural objects, scientific models and apparatus, and works of art brought together for study and discussion. In 1849...

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  • Maryland Federation Of Art

    About Us: MFA celebrates and supports local and national artists by giving them professional avenues for exhibition. Whether at MFA’s iconic location, Circle Gallery on State Circle in Annapolis, or at alternate sites including local restaurants, public buildings, in ...

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  • Pasadena Theatre Company

    PERFORMANCE LOCATION Anne Arundel Community College Humanities Recital Hall 101 College Parkway, Arnold, MD 21012 HISTORY In 1978, the Pasadena Theatre Company was found by several Thespian individuals as a regional independent theatre group to involve and educate commu...

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  • U.S. Naval Academy Museum

    About Us The U. S. Naval Academy Museum serves as an educational and inspirational resource for the Brigade of Midshipmen at the U. S. Naval Academy, other students of American naval history, and thousands of visitors each year. Through its collections and exhibits, the Muse...

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  • Maryland State Archives

    About us The Maryland State Archives is the historical agency for Maryland and serves as the central depository for government records of permanent value. Records date from the founding of the colony in 1634 to the present. Included in the Archives' holdings are colonial an...

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  • Hammond-Harwood House

    About:  The house located at 19 Maryland Avenue was begun in 1774 by the gentleman planter Matthias Hammond. Ardently favoring the cause for freedom, Hammond was elected to the Maryland government in 1773. At the same time, he had begun working with renowned architect ...

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  • The Colonial Players

    Mission Statement: The purpose of the organisation shall be to provide facilities, education, training, and encouragement to all members of the community who are interested in participating in the dramatic arts and further to educate the community to the appreciation of the...

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  • 2nd Star Productions

    2nd Star Productions was founded in January 1996 by Jane Wingard, John Guyton and Gordon Gustin - a theatrically experienced trio who decided to "make their own rules for the sandbox". In addition to producing high quality shows, they wanted to create an atmosphere where peo...

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  • The Chesapeake Children's Museum

    Mission: The mission of Chesapeake Children's Museum is to create an environment of discovery about oneself, the peoples, the technologies, and the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay area for all our children and for the children in us all. History: CCM incorporated in May 199...

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  • Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival

    In September 1987, the Kunta Kinte Celebration was born in Annapolis, Maryland. America's first national capital. The celebration marked a momentous historical occasion for all African Americans and particularly Marylanders. It is important to take this opportunity to thank...

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  • Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra

    About Us: Founded in 1990 to provide young musicians in the Annapolis-Baltimore-Washington region with an opportunity to perform symphonic works from the standard repertoire, the CYSO has grown to comprise two levels of string orchestra, an intermediate level full orchestra...

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  • Shiplap House Museum
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  • Banneker-Douglass Museum

    Mission Statement: As the State of Maryland’s official museum of African American heritage, the Banneker-Douglass Museum serves to document, interpret, and promote the history and culture of African American Marylanders through exhibitions, programs, and projects in o...

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  • First Sunday Arts

    Promoting the Arts in Annapolis Maryland with free monthly art festivals (May to October) on Calvert and West Streets from noon to 5pm. Artist Opportunites - Artists and Crafters Wanted, Application Online...

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  • Live Arts Maryland

    Live Arts Maryland is the largest and most active performing arts organization in the central Maryland region! We have it all, Broadway shows, opera, symphonic and choral music, best of the Pops and "don't miss" holiday specials!We present The Annapolis Chorale, Ch...

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  • First Sunday Arts Festival

    First Sunday Arts Festival is a Free Annapolis arts and craft show feauturing aboout 100 local and regional artists. Plus be entertained with live music, dance, street performers, food and more. This event is on the first Sunday of each month May to October on Calvert and We...

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  • Annapolis Greek Festival
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  • Annapolis Tours by Watermark

    Where history comes alive! Period dressed Colonial guides lead walking tours of historic downtown Annapolis.Choose from the signature Four Centuries Walking Tour or a variety of specialty tours including Historic Ghost Walk, Civil War Tour, African American Heritage Tour, ...

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  • Maryland Day Celebration

    "Maryland Day" is a collaborative event sponsored by Four Rivers: The Heritage Area of Annapolis, London Town & South County. Whether you like historic sites, cultural activities, natural resources and conservation, or all of the above, Four Rivers Heritage Area has it a...

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  • Helen Avalynne Tawes Garden

    About Us:Representations of the state's various geographic areas are featured in this five-acre garden. They include a Western Maryland forest, a streamside environment and an Eastern Shore peninsula. In addition, the barrier-free garden contains pleasant ponds; a raised pla...

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  • Chuck E Cheese's

    Chuck E. Cheese's features age appropriate games, rides, prizes, food and entertainment that children of all ages from toddlers to big kids will love....

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  • Discover Annapolis Tours

    Join us on a minibus tour to explore the back streets, marinas and points of interest in Annapolis--colonial seaport, state capital, county seat, sailing center and home of the United States Naval Academy!...

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  • Pirate Adventures on the Chesapeake

    Pirate Adventures on the Chesapeake, a place where children come to experience the magic of sailing away in search of buried treasure. Come aboard our pirate ship and get caught up in this real life adventure and be amazed as our crew taps into the wonder of a child’s ...

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  • St. John's College Observatory and Planetarium
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  • Maryland Renaissance Festival

    The Maryland Renaissance Festival has become the region's premier outdoor event and the second largest Renaissance Festival in the country. Since the Festival's first season as a ramshackle village in 1977, the event has matured into a large theme show with more than 1,3...

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  • Cruises on the Bay by Watermark

    Cruises on the Bay by Watermark has been offering sightseeing cruises to visitors and residents of Annapolis for over 40 years! A 40-minute cruise on Harbor Queen is a must-do Annapolis activity. Other cruises include a 40-minute Spa Creek cruise aboard Miss Anne, a cozy lau...

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  • Annapolis Beer Week
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  • Annapolis Opera

    Annapolis Opera was founded in 1972 by a group of local artists who were connected to the Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre Youth Group. In an effort to mount a production of Gian-Carlo Menotti's "The Medium," Martha Wright, then co-producer of children's musicals with the To...

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  • Maryland Seafood Festival

    Coolers and outside food/beverages are not permitted at the festival. The purchase of food and beverages inside the festival helps support local organizations and charities. The Festival offers a wide variety of food, beer, wine, soda, tea, and water....

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