Colonial Tours of Annapolis

Address: 26 West Street, Annapolis, MD 21401

Phone: (410) 923-2922 | Presenter

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About Colonial Tours of Annapolis

Whether making a day trip to Annapolis, vacationing in the area, or living here, a walking tour of Annapolis is the best way to really experience the people and places from over 200 years ago. Annapolis played a key role in gaining our independence and forming the country we know today. We hope you enjoy your stay in our beautiful city, and take a walking tour through history with us. All public tours leave from the Annapolis Visitors Center, located at 26 West Street, Annapolis, MD 21401 (phone number 410-280-0445). They are offered on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. from April to October. November, December, and March, public tours are limited to Saturdays only at 1:30 pm. January and February Tours are available anytime by appointment. Special tours and group rates are also available by calling 410-923-2922 for an appointment.



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- Group Tours Available

- Private Tours Available



- Wheelchair


- Friday

Apr-Oct 10:00am & 1:30pm

- Saturday

Apr-Oct 10:00am & 1:30pm | Nov-Mar 1:30pm

- Thursday

Apr-Oct 10:00am & 1:30pm

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- Parking (Fee)

TripAdvisor® Traveller Reviews

Really enjoyed this tour!
Took this tour with Howard Buffington on Maryland Day. It was an just a quick decision -- it was offered just as we were checking out the tourist office. Two hours sounded REALLY long to me, but I... Read Full Review
Excellent Tour by Squire Howard
We'd wanted to get onto the hour long trolly tour, but missed it by "that much". That turned out to be fortuitous though as Squire Howard was right there and quickly talked me into taking the... Read Full Review
A Trip in Time with Squire Howard
The Squire had a large group. After all, it was Maryland Day. Before the walking tour was over, we knew why March 25th is celebrated as Maryland Day, why someone might be called a stuff shirt, where... Read Full Review

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