Zimmerman Legacy Tour & Bandstand Concerts at NAAA

Times: From: 11:00 AM to 02:00 PM

Location: U.S. Naval Academy Visitors Center

Event Website: Visit Site

Jul 14
Aug 18
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Zimmerman Legacy Tour & Bandstand Concerts at NAAA

A special Friday walking tour, featuring information on the USNA Band and the association of Charles Zimmerman with the U.S. Naval Academy, will depart from the Visitor Center at 11:00am and end at the Zimmerman Bandstand at 12:30pm on these dates. Fee for this one hour 30 minutes tour is $13.00.

Call 410-293-8123 to make a reservation and payment.

Following the tour enjoy a free half hour concerts at Charles A. Zimmerman Bandstand on at 12:30pm

Enjoy Lunch at The Alley in the Naval Academy Club after the concert.

July 14 – Superintendent’s Combo
July 21 – Clarinet Quartet
July 28 – Woodwind Quintet
August 18 – Brass Quartet

The United States Naval Academy Band, “The Navy’s Oldest and Finest,” has been providing music for the Brigade of Midshipmen and surrounding community since 1852. Located at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, this premier military band offers world-class ensembles which perform a variety of musical styles, ranging from classical to contemporary.

Charles A. Zimmerman was the USNA Band Master from 1887-1916. He is best known for composing “Anchors Aweigh.”

This Event is Brought to You By U.S. Naval Academy Visitor Center

The Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center of the U.S. Naval Academy is introducing a new narrated riding tour. “A GEM of a Tour” begins and ends at the Visitor Center with one hour and 15 minutes of viewing, including many sites not on the guided walking tour.

Riders will see and hear about Bancroft Hall, the student dormitory; Buchanan House, home of the Superintendent; Main Chapel; and the USNA Museum. Also included are attractions never before seen on Academy tours, such as the parade grounds, Alumni Hall, Cemetery, and the Jeanette Monument (1891), which is dedicated to the crew of 20 out of 33 who died while exploring Artic Ice between 1879 and 1881.

On the other side of the Yard (as the Academy grounds are known), riders will see sports complexes, the Jewish Chapel and monuments and memorials along the Severn River seawall. Most prominent are the Triton Light and the foremast of the USS MAINE, called “the longest ship in the Navy,” because the main mast is located at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia, 36 miles from the Academy.

A GEM of a Tour will depart from the USNA Visitor Center on Saturdays from April 22 through October 28 at 12:30 p.m., 2:00 p.m., and 3:30 p.m. The cost is $30 per person, including a bottle of water and a souvenir postcard book. The five passenger GEM electric car tour requires two passengers minimum.

Call 410-293-8112 to book. Full payment must be made by noon the preceding Thursday. For more information on the Visitor Center and Naval Academy tours, visit www.usnabsd.com/for-visitors.

Cancellation for refund must be made two business days in advance.