LOCAL INFORMATION AND ATTRACTIONS
Historic Savage Mill
Just across the Anne Arundel County line is Historic Savage Mill, a 19th century textile mill that is now home to a unique home design and arts & crafts retail center.
The complex is located just south of Route 32 & Route 1 in Savage. The 175,000 square foot facility features antiques, collectibles, fine art & crafts, home furnishing stores,
restaurants, banquet facilities, and artists.
For more information visit http://www.savagemill.com
Historic London Town and Gardens
National Historic Landmark on the South River, minutes from Annapolis. Owned by Anne Arundel County and operated by the London Town Foundation, the 23-acre museum and park
features history, archaeology, and horticulture. Explore the Historic Area, which includes the circa 1760 William Brown House, a National Historic Landmark, reconstructed colonial buildings,
and an ongoing archaeological investigation in search of the "lost town" of London.
Wander the eight-acre Woodland Garden of native plants and exotic species arranged along a one-mile trail before enjoying the seasonal Ornamental Gardens overlooking the South River.
The London Town and Gardens Visitor Center and Pavilion support weddings, business meetings, family events, as well as school and group tours.
House Tours: Wednesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Sunday 12 p.m. - 3 p.m.(closed Monday and Tuesday
For more information visit http://www.historiclondontown.org
Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay is a mecca for individuals with a passion for things to do on the water. Sailing schools, regattas, and weeknight races provide lovers of
all things water with a daily fill of waterfront magic. A host of Annapolis public cruises, private charters, kayaking, canoeing, and paddle boarding opportunities make it easy
for kids of all ages to don their water wings and make like a local.
Surrounded by the Chesapeake Bay, four rivers and more than 400 miles of shoreline, we are proud of our maritime heritage. Spend a Sunday afternoon exploring the things to do
in Deale, Shady Side, and Galesville, and you’ll discover just how much the rivers and Bay have shaped the lives of generations of farmers and watermen.
No visit to Annapolis is complete without a walking tour. Tour guides in Colonial attire will fill you in on the gossip of the ages as you wind your way along the brick-lined streets of the Historic District.
Up for a good scare? Try our ghost tours. Hungry? Indulge your appetite and your intellect with a food and history tour. Looking for adventure? Trail blaze on a Segway, or make your way around the city on a \
climate-controlled trolley tour. Your guide will fill you in on key attractions including the Maryland State House, Banneker-Douglass Museum, and the homes of Maryland's signers of the Declaration of Independence.
The nearby Captain Avery Museum in Shady Side, the Galesville Heritage Museum, and the Deale Area Historical Society have their own stories to tell about the life and times of farmers and watermen of years gone by. Annapolis Baltimore
is an area of contrasts. Home to Arundel Mills Mall and its new Maryland Live! Casino, Annapolis Baltimore is our nation's cyber security capital and home to one of the fastest growing airports in the nation, BWI Thurgood Marshall.
For more information visit http://www.visitannapolis.org/things-to-do/