Annapolis Realty 209 Main St, Annapolis, MD21401 Annapolis Realty has been serving the Annapolis area since the 1980s. As an exclusive affiliate of Christie's Great…More Estates, Annapolis Realty can offer waterfront properties in the city of Annapolis or take you beyond the city limits for your next new home.
City of Annapolis 160 Duke of Gloucester St, Annapolis, MD21401 Situated on Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis City Hall is right in the middle of historic downtown Annapolis. The…More building is home to the office of the city's current mayor, Joshua Cohen. It also holds the City Council Chambers, the Public Information Office and other city offices. Visit the city's website for more information.
City of Annapolis 145 Gorman St, Annapolis, MD21401 Just steps away from Main Street, this city building houses the offices of the City Clerk, the Public Works Department,…More the City Attorney, and the Department of Planning and Zoning.
Historic Inns of Annapolis 58 State Cir, Annapolis, MD21401 A true taste of the history of Annapolis, the Historic Inns of Annapolis fully encompass the Annapolis experience.…More Comprised of three hotels, the oldest of which dates back to 1695, the Historic Inns have overlooked the Maryland State House on State Circle. The Inns feature a multitude of in-house and/or local attractions, including a four-star restaurant and cafe it houses in its Maryland Inn building. Beautifully decorated, the Historic Inns of Annapolis exudes class, and are a true staple of the city.
Historic Annapolis Foundation 18 Pinkney St, Annapolis, MD21401 Founded in 1952, The Historic Annapolis Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving the rich past of…More Annapolis. The organization has worked to preserve some of the city's most well-known historic buildings and educate both residents and tourists about the city's history through various activities, programs and tours. It also keeps a research center documenting much of Annapolis's history. Call for hours and more information about tours and events.
Historic Annapolis Museum 99 Main St, Annapolis, MD21401 The Historic Annapolis Museum provides its patrons with the history of the city of Annapolis. It is located near the…More City Dock. The museum's first floor exhibits include a large 6'x6' model of the city as it looked in the 18th century, as well as life-sized cutouts of many of the city's famous visitors. The exhibits on the second and third floors have continually changing subjects and provide an in-depth history of the area from many different viewpoints.
City Antique & Upholstering Co. 106 Annapolis St, Annapolis, MD21401 As possibly one of the oldest businesses on Annapolis Street, City Antique & Upholstering Co. is a respected name…More amongst local small businesses. When it comes to restoration, repair and refinishing, it is second to none. As you stroll down Annapolis Street, watch for the sign with the arrow that points around the back of a quaint little house. A path leads you towards a charming, green structure, which is your destination.
This full-service marina is just over the Eastport Bridge. There is easy access to downtown Annapolis via water…More taxi or just a short walk over the bridge.
The marina has all the amenities and is steps away from fine dining such as Carroll's Creek Restaurant (on the premises), Lewne's and Ruth Chris Steakhouse.
Annapolis Elementary School 180 Green St, Annapolis, MD21401 Located right in the heart of the historic district, Annapolis Elementary School is more than 100 years old, making it…More the oldest public shool in the state of Maryland. Annapolis Elementary has a student population of approximately 200 students coming from various parts of the city and ranging in age from pre-kindergarten through fifth grade. Susan Myers serves as the principal of this Title 1 school.