- TripBuzz discovered 112 different types of activities for couples in the Annapolis area, including Sailing (like Schooner Woodwind), National & State Parks (like Sandy Point State Park), Parks (like Quiet Waters Park) and Landmarks (like Maryland State House), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 261 date ideas in or near Annapolis, Maryland, including 238 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Baltimore, Laurel, Pasadena and Bowie.
Montpelier Mansion offers self-guided tours, school group tours, holiday candlelight tours, and more. They are also available for meetings, weddings, receptions, and luncheons. During the summer, they hold free concerts every other Friday evening.
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213 N. Talbot Street, St. Michaels, MD 21663 MoreLess Info
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum is home to a collection of diverse marine artifacts, demonstrations and a variety of small boats including crabbing skiffs, canoes and more. The museum also offers boat rides on Miles River.
In 1879, the screwpile lighthouse was constructed to light the way for boats using Hooper Strait to enter Chesapeake Bay, Tangier Sound, and Deals Island. The lighthouse was moved to its current location where visitors can visitors can climb the sea hatch and tend the lens.
95% 274 votes
At the foot of Cherry Street, St. Michaels, MD 21663 MoreLess Info
Patriot Cruises offers cruises on their two-level 149 passenger boat on the Miles River, part of the largest estuary in the Western Hemisphere. While onboard, listen to a historic narrative of the area, enjoy drinks from the full bar, and buy food.
Extra Innings of Elkridge features indoor batting cages for baseball enthusiasts of all ages. The center is open year round and features over 23,000 square feet of training area and seven indoor batting cages.
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Gordon Stinnett Avenue, Chesapeake Beach, MD MoreLess Info
Chesapeake Beach Railway Trail is a boardwalk trail from behind the Chesapeake Beach Water Park to the shore of Fishing Creek. Signage is placed along the trail that teaches visitors more about the area plants, animals and special features of the adjacent water.