How to Visit

How to visit Chesapeake Crossroads: Getting to the Chesapeake Crossroads Heritage Area is simple – whether you’re coming by plane, train, car, or boat. The best place to begin is in Annapolis. From here, you’ll find tons of things to do and see, and only a short drive to all the attractions of Anne Arundel County.

The Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is one of the country’s most accessible airports, offering hundreds of domestic and international flight daily. It’s an easy, 20-minute to Maryland’s capital and, from there, the rest of the Chesapeake Crossroads Heritage Area.

Stay The Night

If you’re planning on spending a few days in the region, there are plenty of lodging options available. From B&Bs to trusted, full-service hotel names and everything in between, there’s always room for visitors. Click here for a full list of lodging options in the area. 

Visitors Center

If you’re looking for more things to do and information, stop by the Annapolis Visitors Center (26 West Street), or visit them online, for all the regional information you’ll need to make the most out of a visit.