Local Attractions
 
Welcome to Annapolis

Annapolis is a very quaint town, offering a variety of things to do and see. Listed below are a few things you might enjoy...

** Historic Annapolis **
 
- State Capitol, 100 State Circle
- Walking Tours – there is a variety of walking tours available.  Visit annapolistours.com for details
- World War II Memorial, 1920 Gov. Ritchie Hwy
- MD State House, 100 State Circle
- St. Anne's Church, 199 Duke of Gloucester Street
- United States Naval Academy – 121 Blake Road  
Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center, USNA Museum, guided walkingtours, The Chapel and John Paul Jones' Crypt (Cars not permitted at the Academy, walking only, identification required)

** Restaurants **
- Yellow Fin, 2840 Solomons Island Road, Edgewater
- Mike’s Crab House, 3030 Riva Road, Riva
- Carroll’s Creek, 410 Severn Avenue #100, Eastport
- Pusser’s Caribbean Grille, 80 Compromise Street
- Middleton’s Tavern, 2 Market Space
- Reynold’s Tavern, 7 Church Circle
- Chic n’ Ruth’s Delly, 165 Main Street
- Amish Farmers Market, 2472 Solomons Island Road
 
Holy Family Catholic Church, 826 W. Central Avenue, Davidsonville  Sunday Masses 5 p.m. Saturday; 7:45, 9:15, 11 a.m. Sunday