Get to Know Annapolis

In 1695, the peninsula seaport of Ann Arundel Town was named for Princess Anne, soon to become queen, and laid out like Paris in a baroque plan, with streets radiating from Church and State Circles to the surrounding waterways.

Today the City of Annapolis includes the Historic District and many other neighborhoods that grew along the rivers and creeks of the Chesapeake Bay- there’s water at the end of most streets. More Annapolis History

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City of Annapolis
Anne Arundel County
State of Maryland
Annapolis Chamber of Commerce
Historic Annapolis Foundation
Annapolis Maps
Chesapeake Bay Foundation
Annapolis Tide Tables

Annapolis Symphony Orchestra
Annapolis Opera
Annapolis Chorale
Chesapeake Youth Symphony Orchestra
Colonial Players of Annapolis

Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre
The Bay Theater Company
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

Annapolis Movie Theaters
Maryland Renaissance Festival