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The Historic Annapolis

Experience the rich maritime heritage of Annapolis by touring the prestigious U.S. Naval Academy, where you can witness the training grounds of future naval officers. Indulge in local flavors and artisanal crafts at the vibrant Annapolis Market House, offering a delightful blend of culinary delights and unique shopping experiences. Take a step back in time with a visit to the elegant William Paca House, immersing yourself in the colonial history of Annapolis amidst its lush gardens. And for sports enthusiasts, catch a thrilling game at the iconic Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, cheering on the Midshipmen in action.
The Historic Inns of Annapolis Map

Maryland Inn

Est. 1772

  • 44 Guest Rooms | 5 Suites
  • 4 Meeting Locations
    • Duke of Gloucester Room: 990 sq. ft.
    • Anne Arundel Room: 317 sq. ft.
    • Crown & Crab Room: 406 sq. ft.
    • Treaty of Paris Dining Room: 915 sq. ft.
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Robert Johnson House

  • 29 Guest Rooms | 5 Suites
  • PURE Wellness Rooms

Governor Calvert House

Est. 1727

  • 51 Guest Rooms | 2 suites & 9 Historic King Rooms
  • 7 Meeting Locations
    • Atrium 1800 sq. ft. (access to our Terrace)
    • Governor's Hall Ballroom: 2,415 sq. ft.
    • Abraham Claude Room: 540 sq. ft.
    • Jonas Green Room: 520 sq. ft.
    • Peggy Stewart: 273 sq. ft.
    • Rebecca Girard: 273 sq. ft.
    • Sarah Ball Rooms: 273 sq. ft.
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