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One-of-a-kind Annapolis, Maryland’s famed capital on the Chesapeake Bay, is as rich in history as it is delightfully picturesque. Just ten minutes away, downtown’s charming historic waterfront destination boasts colorful 18th-Century homes alongside eclectic specialty stops, dockside dining, coffee bars and wineries.
If you think the views from its shores are beautiful, just wait to experience them out on the water living minutes from the Magothy River and Chesapeake Bay. Their connecting waterways and inlets beckon with a plethora of boating and sailing opportunities seven days a week. You’ll also enjoy kayaking, paddling and fishing three seasons out of the year.
The Greater Annapolis area hosts many fascinating museums including the Annapolis Maritime Museum, Hammond-Harwood House Museum and Banneker-Douglass Museum. Catch the area’s popular antique shops and farmers markets including Anne Arundel County Farmers Market. Less than a half hour away is Arundel Mills, the state’s largest outlet shopping, dining and entertainment destination with 200+ stores.
In the heart of historic Annapolis is The Maryland State House, the oldest active U.S. State capital in the country. The area is also home to the prestigious United States Naval Academy and top ranking Anne Arundel County Public Schools. Additionally, Anne Arundel Medical Center, a state-of-the-art regional health system, is headquartered in Annapolis less than 10 minutes away.
Explore nearby parks and gardens as well as the numerous hiking trails all around the Greater Annapolis area. If the greens are more your speed, you’ll appreciate the selection of links nearby including the United States Naval Academy Golf Club and Bay Hills Golf Club.
A weekend getaway is minutes away along Maryland’s Eastern Shore, a 100-mile peninsula that stretches from the Chesapeake Bay to the Atlantic Ocean. Not only does it promise one adventure after another, it’s peppered with historical towns, sandy beaches and endless recreational opportunities, annual waterfront festivals and boating regattas.
Experience true resort style living with everything the Greater Annapolis area has to offer. Just a short drive to Baltimore and Washington DC with convenient metro stations less than a half-hour away.