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Lackluster compared to some other capitol buildings. Decent pamphlet but no one visible to answer questions. Helpful security. If collecting state passport stamps ask security as doesn't seem to be a visitors center. Beautiful view through the fence of garden at governor's residence across the...More
The location is very historic. After all, George Washington spoke within the very walls of this building. However, the rooms of the building were not nearly as accessible as other state houses I've visited and that was a bit of a disappointment. Still, it's worth...More
I visited the State House during December to see the county holiday tree/wreath displays. I did not realize there are also many year-round historical exhibits at the State House, in the historic chambers of the General Assembly. Highly recommended for all ages.
While historically this State Capitol should have much to offer, the fact that there are no docents to provide a tour and answer questions was a real disappointment. The self guided tour is okay, but not great. The brochure claims Four Centuries of History, but...More
The state house is a nice stop while in Annapolis. The most important thing about it is the room in the Old House Chamber where General George Washington resigned his commission as Commander in Chief of the Army and retired to private life giving power...More
My wife and I spent the day in Annapolis. We were beyond lucky to have amazing weather during our visit. This is still our favorite place in our home state; downtown Annapolis, the harbor, the atmosphere, and the State House all make the visit even...More
The State house was the first peacetime capital of the US and the only State house to ever serve as our nation's capital. After you pass through the metal detector and present your ID to the guard at the door, you are free to roam...More