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Annapolis Tourism

Overlooking the very heartbeat of the state of Maryland- the Chesapeake Bay- the city of Annapolis certainly stands as its definitive guardian. This city is known for its exclusive views of the charming bay and historic buildings that lend it its iconic status. As the state capital, Annapolis is the key to the state; home to the capitol building and gatekeeper to the consequential biography of Maryland. 

Annapolis is known as 'America's Sailing Capital' and the state truly lives up to its reputation. The city hosts a multitude of boat shows every year- the region's character truly rests upon its identity as a historic port. Chesapeake Bay sailing excursions are popular amongst visitors of the state with the Quiet Waters Park standing out especially.

This region is a community area that offers the widest range of outdoor activities for tourists including hiking and sailing. To catch a glimpse of Maryland's chiefest tourist attractions, look no further than Annapolis's Historic District. This region within the city is one of the oldest in America and as a result, provides for a front-row seat to the beginnings of America's nation-building. The Historic London Town and Gardens offer a similar experience: this 18th-century settlement is depicted largely as it existed hundreds of years ago- a visit to this attraction is akin to going back in time.

Annapolis is closely associated with several architectural wonders- the foremost of all being the William Paca House- the residence of one of the signatories of the Declaration of Independence that features sprawling gardens and careful construction. 

The state capital is incomplete without its dedication to the arts and Annapolis certainly does not disappoint. It is home to several museums that offer unique experiences to those looking for historic context, including the Annapolis Maritime Museum and the Banneker-Douglass Museum, which is notable as the state's museum dedicated to African American lives and their preservation. Annapolis's view of the Bay and its local allure captivates any visitors to the grand state of Maryland.

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