Walking Tours in Annapolis
The Colonial Annapolis Walking Tour touches on all things related to the Maryland state capital and is a great choice when planning things to do in Annapolis.
Photo courtesy of the U.S. Naval Academy.
Colonial Annapolis & U.S. Naval Academy Tour
Enjoy the rich stories of historic Annapolis, the Maryland State House, and the U.S. Naval Academy. Your knowledgeable guide in period attire will share four centuries of this charming city’s unique history and culture, highlighting the 18th-century. A favorite for almost 50 years and a wonderful introduction to the best of Annapolis.
Your visit will include the Naval Chapel, the Crypt of John Paul Jones, and Bancroft Hall. During the academic year, you may view Noon Meal Formation of the midshipmen. *Building interiors and noon-formation when available.
Photo by Wendy Hickok Photography.
Colonial Annapolis Walking Tour
A period dressed guide in colonial attire will lead you through Annapolis’ historic district and into the Maryland State House. Highlights include walking in the footsteps of George Washington, where in 1783 inside the State House, he resigned as Commander in Chief. Continuing through the downtown area, you pass many 18th century mansions and learn about the significance of their beautiful architecture. In the shadows of these buildings, your guide will share with you Annapolis history including stories of the famous statesmen that built these magnificent structures.
Special Walking Tours
Ghost tours, holiday tours, scandalous tours, and more. Click below to learn more about our special and seasonal tours offered throughout the year.
Group and Private Tours
Book your group on one of our walking tours or schedule a private, more intimate tour. All tours are available to be scheduled as a private tour.