Annapolis is nothing if not historic. Transformative historical icons such as Jefferson, Franklin, and Washington have wandered Annapolis’ brick streets,...
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Visit Annapolis on the fourth and enjoy the parade, fireworks, and other events.
It's the perfect occasion to sample the state's most acclaimed wines by the glass or bottle while enjoying the Annapolis sunshine.
Newly added in 2017, the annual Annapolis Arts Week is a celebration of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County’s talented and diverse local arts community.
Known as the world's largest crab feast, the event is an all-you-can-eat/drink party organized by the Rotary Club of Annapolis to raise charitable donations for local community and organizations.
Over 90 films from 70 different countries spread across downtown Annapolis
Celebrate everything Irish at the only festival of its kind in the region: The Annapolis Irish Festival.
Join in the week-long celebration of Irish tradition, beer, and events.
Foodies of many different tastes are readying their palates for a week of deals and savory dishes during the last week of February.
The United States Naval Academy is gearing up for a week of tradition, ceremony, and celebration for its graduating class of 2016. Commissioning Week involves a full week of celebratory events beginning Friday, May 19, 2017 and culminating with graduation
Beer, music, sun, and fun!
Consistently ranked one of the best cities in America during the holidays, Annapolis is a great place to spend the weekend enjoying time with family and soaking in the holiday spirit.
Four Rivers Heritage Area has partnered with 20 regional heritage organizations and businesses to celebrate the founding of Maryland.
Get tickets and information on this year's Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman.
One of Maryland's most anticipated events of the summer, the Renaissance Festival has a little something for everyone in the family.
Visit the world's largest in-water boat show in America's Sailing Capital, Annapolis, Md.
Debuting in 1970, the Annapolis Boat Shows have wowed boating enthusiasts for over forty years.
In mid-October, the United States Sailboat Show takes over the Annapolis Harbor, followed by the United States Powerboat Show.