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Enjoy a stroll in Annapolis’ historic district led by a period-attired guide. Visit sites connected to the woman appointed as Maryland’s official printer in the 18th century; the woman who responded to General Washington’s plea to save Continental soldiers in the Revolutionary War; the runaway female slave called "Moses" who led her people to freedom; and many “firsts” in the government and at the United States Naval Academy. Tour content best suited for children 9 and up.
In accordance with COVID-related precautions, interiors are currently unavailable and masks are required to be worn by guests for the duration of the walking tour.