76 Old Mill Bottom Rd.
Annapolis, MD 21409
Phone: (410) 757-8500
Fax: (410) 757-4409
76 Old Mill Bottom Rd., Annapolis, MD, US, 21409
- Phone: (410) 757-8500
- Fax: (410) 757-4409
Arts & Museums
The Naval Academy Museum exhibits ship models, flags, paintings, uniforms, swords, firearms, nautical instruments, and personal memorabilia that relate to the history of the Navy in the United States from Colonial times to the present. Using a variety of presentations, the museum
The Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center features interactive exhibits, pictorial displays, a theatre showing the award-winning film, "To Lead and to Serve," an extensive gift shop, guided walking tours of the Naval Academy, a sample midshipman room, Freedom 7 space capsule, an original Dahlgren boat howitzer, the original wooden figurehead of the USS Delaware, and more.
The Hammond - Harwood House reflects Colonial style architecture. Designed by William Buckland, this exquisite home is a center-piece of elegance. The brick house features wide collections of royal furnishings along with colonial artworks and paintings. Standing out for its premium architecture, the historic home is not to be missed. For any further details, do visit the website or call ahead.
Home of Samual Chase, the Chase-Lloyd House is well known as an architectural marvel. The place dates back to 1769 and is still used as a residence for retired women. Most parts of the house, including the gardens are open to public for limited hours, so ensure that you call ahead before you plan.
The Elizabeth Myers Mitchell Gallery is Anne Arundel County's only climate- and security-controlled fine art facility. The Mitchell Art Gallery regularly features changing exhibitions of significant works, gallery talks and tours, and children
Begun in 1968, by a group of local artists, this gallery promotes and exhibits local artworks and is an outlet for regional artists who work in all media and styles, with exhibits changing monthly. Through the support of contemporary art and artists, this gallery plays a role in keeping the arts healthy, alive, and growing.
Now the Museum Store, this two-story brick building, just across from the City Dock, stored provisions for local troops during the Revolutionary War. It burned in 1790 and was rebuilt around 1810. Today the restored 19th-century warehouse offers distinctive reproductions, ship models, books, hand-blown glassware, and many other items that relate to or reflect the rich maritime history of Annapolis.
The largest art gallery in Annapolis, the McBride Gallery exhibits and sells the finest contemporary art. It features several rooms of original pastels, watercolors, sculptures, photography, and prints. Artists who are represented here include Michael Kahn, Yvonne Hartmann Smith, Sherrill Cooper, Margaret Graham Kranking, Gavin Brooks, John Bannon, Geraldine McKeown, and Scott Woolever.
Housed within the Old Mount Moriah Mount Moriah African Methodist Episcopal Church, the Banneker-Douglass Museum is a treasure cove of exhibits that displays the rich Afro-American culture of the region. Call ahead for details or check out their website.
Breathe in the salty air of the Chesapeake Bay as you visit The Annapolis Maritime Museum. Committed to preserving and disseminating knowledge of the maritime history of Annapolis, this museum conducts exhibits in the Barge House and the McNasby's Oyster Packing Company building. The museum also conducts tours to the historic Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse, which is the last of the screw pile lighthouses to be found in the Unites States. Besides education, the museum is a site for great entertainment in the form of the annual summer concert series. The Barge House is also regularly used for lectures, concerts and other educational activities.
One of the busiest art galleries in the area and the only gallery on the city dock, the Annapolis Marine Art Gallery specializes in marine and maritime art. John M. Barber, Patrick O'Brien, Steven Jones, Yves Parent, and Willard Bond are just some of the artists represented here.
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