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Sep 26 2022

About: National Cryptologic Museum 8290 Colony Seven Road, Annapolis Junction museum.nsa.org (301) 688-5849 The National Cryptologic Museum is the National Security Agency’s gateway to the public and educates visitors about the role of cryptology in shaping America's history. Free, handicap-accessible ● Open year-round? Yes ● Handicap accessible? Yes ● Entrance fee? No  ...

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Jul 15 2022

About: Start your discovery of Annapolis with a self-guided or curated guided tour of the Museum of Historic Annapolis and explore the new exhibit, Annapolis: An American Story, which shares dramatic stories of Annapolis and its diverse people – revolutionaries, visionaries, and champions in our nation’s continuing quest for liberty and justice – who helped to shape our American story across more than 400 years. Address: 99 Main Street, Annapolis, MD 21401 Phone: 410-990-4754 Website URL: annapolis.org ● Open year-round? Yes ● Handicap accessible? Yes ● Entrance fee? Yes  ...

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Sep 10 2021

About: The Rising Sun Inn has been a farmhouse, an Inn and Tavern, a Stagecoach stop, and at the crossroads of American History since 1753. Located at 1090 Generals Hwy, Crownsville, on the famed Washington Rochambeau Revolutionary Route, the Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Rising Sun Inn is a monument to rural life in Anne Arundel County and Maryland in the 18th and 19th century and has been an active part of the community for nearly 270 years.     The Rising Sun Inn, built circa 1753 by Edward...

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Jul 13 2021

About: On the National Register of Historic Places since 1984, Historic Linthicum Walks is a traditional, whitewashed farm house and grounds dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries. It sits in a picturesque park-like setting among a variety of mature trees and gardens with architecture representative of the rural Tidewater Maryland style of its time. A farm complex, it originally included a 19th century meat house, pre-1815 tobacco barn, a family cemetery and several outbuildings on its 200 acres of farmland.  The property is now owned by Anne Arundel County...

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Mar 20 2017

The Hammond-Harwood House is a museum of 18th century architecture and art standing as a testament to the importance of preservation to the residents of Annapolis, and America....

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Feb 24 2017

Home to Declaration of Independence signer William Paca and his family. Take a tour to learn more about daily life in colonial times. Archaeological investigations of the garden site revealed the original terraced landscape, now restored....

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Feb 24 2017

Built c. 1772-1779, the Maryland State House is the oldest state capitol in continuous use. It was home to the Continental Congress from November 1783 to August 1784, and is the only state house to have served as the nation’s capital....

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Feb 23 2017

Over three hundred years ago, the colonial tobacco port town of London was bustling with activity as ships carrying trade goods stopped at the site of an active ferry crossing… and then it all but disappeared....

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Feb 23 2017

Experience life as part of a 19th-century waterman’s family or learn how later residents brought their families here year after year to “Our Place” for summer getaways at this active community-based museum with a lovely waterfront setting....

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