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Annapolis Maritime Museum
Based on 27 traveler reviews
A Nice Little Museum
Mar 18, 2014 by: 922PaulE from Virginia Beach, Virginia
Annapolis is all about its maritime history - water and boats; they are the core of early Annapolis. This is a nice, little museum to take a stroll through. It's housed in an old oyster facility from when oysters were BIG, BIG business and the numbers are oysters taken was astounding. It's not big so well worth an hour or two of your time.
Great education of the Bay
Mar 04, 2014 by: ewlibby from Annapolis, Maryland
This converted oyster house maintains the tradition of the Annapolis waterfront. The museum has hands on exhibits that is great for kids and if in town on Thursday nights, the museum has presentations on maritime subjects for adults (drop ins welcome)
Nice local maritime museum
Mar 04, 2014 by: CK2855 from Annapolis, Maryland, United States
Eastport has changed from it's original working waterfront roots. This museum highlights what Eastport was like when oysters and watermen were thriving.
Love their oyster display
Feb 20, 2014 by: R W from Allentown, Pennsylvania
I found the Museum's oyster display incredibly informative. I could have stayed there for hours reading about this mighty bivalve, but sadly the group I was with didn't see the draw. Their huge aquarium is fascinating. I was disappointed that the store was closed (we were there in the afternoon) and a classroom full of fourth graders were allowed to run all over the place.
Feb 12, 2014 by: Lani K from Honolu
The day I went to the museum it was freezing cold. It's right on the water so it was a biting cold chill. The historical factors were awesome!!!!! Definitely good for children, family's, and couples. We also got to go crabbing. Didn't catch anything but was fun
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