Annapolis Maritime Museum, Annapolis
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Set in an old oyster packing plant, a nice little local museum (free entrance). Also see the weekday free concerts and the great tours to the Thomas Point lighthouse
tucked away at waters edge the museum provides a great summary of the importance of the oyster and crab industry and how important it was and still is to Chesapeake region. Great winter evening lectur... read more »
We held our summer staff retreat at the Annapolis Maritime Museum's Barge House. It certainly accommodated all of our needs and exceeded our expectations. It is a lovely cottage with a conference room... read more »
Great place for public water access - two piers out into back creek for fishing, crabbing, bird watching, photography, etc. You can see the Bay Bridge and Chesapeake Bay from here. Inside you will find fun history from the waterman days of Eastport. It is also a great place to host an event. There are 3 historic boats on the premises. Don't forget to check out Wild Country Seafood closeby.
Erika prophet payne
It is not fair to people in the community that have been leaving here for years not to be able to go to a public beach, because of a wedding. The beach is not apart of the Maritime.
J. Gaston Doucet
Nice, small, historic place.
This small museum is a gem. There is not only the story of oysters as an important economic influence, but the numerous hands on exhibits of the boats used to harvest them. They also have local art displayed. From their dock you will get a great view of Back Creek, the towers on Greenbury Point, and Chesapeake Bay. Unique place to have a picnic.
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