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Historic Annapolis Walking Tour

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Enjoyable walk, learned a lot

We normally like to explore on our own but felt a tour would be a good way to spend a few hours on... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2016
crkoer
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
via mobile
Self-guided tour not worth it

We did the self-guided walking tour, in the brochure provided by the Visitor Center (which matches... read more

Reviewed 7 August 2015
finchtraveler
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Bethesda, Maryland
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This is a self-guided tour of the city.
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“state capitol” (2 reviews)
“naval academy” (5 reviews)
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Reviewed 28 June 2016

We normally like to explore on our own but felt a tour would be a good way to spend a few hours on the first day of a 3 day visit. Our guide was very informative and good about stopping in the shade when needed....More

1  Thank crkoer
Reviewed 7 August 2015

We did the self-guided walking tour, in the brochure provided by the Visitor Center (which matches the free app you can download). I felt the tour did not at all do justice to how interesting and beautiful Annapolis is. One or two basic sentences about...More

4  Thank finchtraveler
Reviewed 20 March 2015

We took the self guided walking tour and loved it. Seeing the history in front of us was excellent. We saw people taking the guided tour and that too looked like fun. The guides were in period costumes.

2  Thank Jackie T
Reviewed 26 October 2014

This walking tour is fantastic. It offers something for all, in that you get a chance to see inside of the State House of Annapolis, which is one of the few State Houses that is actually active and being used, you get to walk the...More

6  Thank phunigerl
Reviewed 20 July 2014

As a veteran of many a walking tour, and as a previous historic site guide myself (many, many years ago) I appreciate how much the personality of the guide, more than the actual itinerary, contributes to the tour experience. Right from the get-go, Squire Richard...More

4  Thank smithboland
Reviewed 14 June 2014

We crossed paths with Squire Allen on Memorial Day weekend, as his group came by while we were admiring the Thurgood Marshall Memorial, about 30 minutes into a 2 hour tour. His banter was so interesting that we paid to join them as they were...More

1  Thank Joshua G
Reviewed 13 October 2013

We parked at the Annapolis Visitors Center and discovered that we could tour the historic district of Annapolis and The Naval Academy with the same knowledgeable guide, departing right from the Visitors Center. Our excellent, friendly guide had a special interest in architecture, so he...More

4  Thank JoyJoyLin
Reviewed 23 September 2012

I took the walking tour with "Squire Don" on a beautiful September morning and really enjoyed myself while learning so much about Annapolis and American history. It was fun to walk along the old streets where our famous forefathers had been and learn about the...More

1  Thank Dreaming176
Reviewed 2 August 2012

This tour was lovely! It covered much of Annapolis and we learned a lot. Annapolis is such a wonderful place - We've visited in the spring, summer and fall (...it's a bit chilly in the winter with the wind coming off the water) But the...More

3  Thank Mar N
Reviewed 23 May 2012

Everything you want to know about the history and development of the town and some of it's inhabitants

Thank diane_weeks
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