Part 2 will cover more Fun Spring Things to Do in Anne Arundel County.
Did you know that Annapolis was the capital of the fledgling United States from 1783 to 1784? Well, this city played a great role in America’s founding. Visit the Maryland State House, the oldest state house in continuous legislative use.
Other National Historic Landmarks include the Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse, Brice House, Chase-Lloyd House, Hammond-Harwood House, Maryland Statehouse, and the Paca House and Garden.
See the Banneker-Douglass Museum, Maryland’s official museum of African American heritage. Take a tour of the Annapolis Maritime Museum, which highlights the Chesapeake Bay region’s rich maritime heritage and ecology.
Located in Annapolis and founded in 1845, the Naval Academy educates and trains the future officers of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. A day tour of the campus will provide a fascinating glimpse into the everyday lives of midshipmen. Make sure also to stop by the Naval Academy Museum, which features exhibits illustrating Naval Academy and U.S. Navy history.
Ready for discovery by hiking, biking, or boating in springtime, Anne Arundel County offers several scenic trails and thousands of miles of shoreline. Located on the northwestern shore of Chesapeake Bay, Sandy Point State Park is a peaceful place for hiking and bird watching. Its Symbi Trail provides views of the pine forest in Corcoran Woods and leads to marshes filled with wildlife.
Make sure to get great seafood at The Crab Shack before or after every fun spring thing to do!
Lovers of fat, juicy crab and amazing seafood don’t have to drive to Baltimore, Ocean City, Hooper’s Island, or Annapolis anymore. Stay close to home and enjoy wonderful deliciousness all year around at the two locations below!
Our Crofton branch can accommodate a large party group, so if you are interested in reserving tables, please call (443) 302-2680.