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Annapolis: U.S. Naval Academy and the Maryland State House

Wednesday, October 2, 7:15am5:00pm
Members $119.00 (Join today)
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Annapolis
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Maryland State House

With four centuries of architecture and more 18th- century brick buildings than any other city in the country, Annapolis boasts a maritime history with roots linked to the birth of a nation. We will begin the day at the U.S. Naval Academy with a guided walking tour of the campus which will include the main Chapel and the crypt of John Paul Jones. We will have lunch at historic Harry Browne’s Restaurant. Next we will tour the oldest State House in continuous legislative use in the nation. Scheduling permitting we will take a peek at the Governor’s Mansion.

Note: A photo I.D. is necessary

Bus trips are members-only events. For more information, call 804.342.9676, or email cmoore@vahistorical.orgEnrollment is limited and tickets are non refundable.

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