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I had the pleasure of visiting the House and Senate chambers and between legislative appointments decided to explore the main floor of the Maryland State House. There are numerous rooms and exhibits. I especially enjoyed the room with the statue of George and the room...More
Great stop, full of historical, architectural, and interesting information. Not many people know that Annapolis served as the nation's capital for a time so stop by and learn a thing or two about this marvelous spot!!
A beautiful building which has been looked after and exudes history. A must visit if in the area.
Plenty of free or cheap parking in the local streets.
Allow 30mins to look around the inside and the glorious gardens.
It was in this building where George Washington resigned his commission as commander in chief of the Continental Army on 23rd Dec 1783, considered the fourth most important document in American History the copy of the speech he delivered is held here…
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What a wonderful and beautiful building, with well-done exhibitions. Great information about Maryland and U.S. history. We visited on a Sunday and were pleased to find it open. We spent a good 30 minutes or so, visiting the rooms, reading the labels and taking photos....More
The tour folks are very knowledgeable and it makes the tour very interesting. You will learn more of our nation’s history as you go from room to room. Anyone interested in the history of America or just touring will appreciate going here.