The Schooner America Visits Annapolis

By: Historian Annapolis

Boasting the name of America’s Sailing Capital, Annapolis seems a fitting place for it’s latest visitor. An article published by The Capital Gazette titled Historic schooner moors in Annapolis, highlights the Schooner America – a replica of the ship that won the first America’s Cup. “This is one of the more impressive of the older boats and replicas that […]

September 13, 2016


Historic Annapolis Offers New Tour of William Paca House

By: Historian Annapolis

Historic Annapolis has been giving tours of the William Paca House and Garden for decades, but this fall, visitors will have an opportunity to take a special behind the scenes tour, featuring areas and objects in the house that are normally off-limits. This new tour is a great opportunity for anyone who has already seen […]

September 12, 2016


Historic Annapolis Partners with Watermark this Halloween Season

By: Historian Annapolis

Autumn is a time for cool weather, colorful leaves, and, of course, ghost stories. What better way to get ready for Halloween than by walking around historic Annapolis and learning about the many spooky spirits that roam the city? This October, Historic Annapolis and Watermark will partner to present Historic Hauntings, a 90-minute guided walking […]

August 18, 2016


Historic Annapolis Announces Smithsonian Affiliation

By: Historian Annapolis

This article was first posted on Annapolis.org.  Historic Annapolis is proud to announce its new designation as a Smithsonian Affiliate. Founded in 1996, Smithsonian Affiliations creates partnerships between the Smithsonian Institution and cultural organizations and museums in order to facilitate educational collaborations, traveling exhibitions, and the loan of historical artifacts. The long-term of goal of […]

July 12, 2016