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Annapolis Harbour Center
Based on 15 traveler reviews
Excellent assortment of stores
Apr 13, 2014 by: Anne H from Huntington, New York
Wonderful shopping center! With an Ann Taylor Loft, a Nordstrom Rack, and an Old Navy, I was able to find everything I needed that I forgot to pack. Hubby loved Barnes and Noble. The next time I am in town, I will be sure to hit the Hand and Stone Massage. I only gave it four stars because the traffic to get into the center was terrible. We waited through three lights.
Good and bad
Oct 20, 2013 by: Stephanie S from Davidsonville
Shops and restaurants are great. But the parking lot sucks! It is always packed and people either don't pay attention or are in a hurry. Be careful in the parking lot!
Beautiful city, great tour!
Sep 10, 2013 by: Diane H from Farmington Hills, Michigan
Annapolis is much more than I expected! Such a beautiful city, with so many historic buildings! We took the 1 hour+ bus tour($18) from the Visitors Center. It was well worth it! Be sure to visit the Naval Academy & the 'chapel'(should be called a cathedral) with tomb of John Paul Jones(amazing!). For dinner we went to "Mike's" on the old waterfront--local place. Great crabs!
Annapolis for Labor Day
Sep 05, 2013 by: PatriciaW3379 from Santa Barbara, California
This is a lovely naval / port town center. I went with my grandmother for a day trip recently. The only suggestion I have is to allow more time than necessary for a metered parking spot. Otherwise we loved it. Especially the creamery there; Kilwin's!
Aug 29, 2013 by: Eve J from Bridgetown, Saint Michael, Barbados
I enjoyed my visit to this center, they were some small shops and may restaurants, I had dinner in one of the restaurants I do not remember the name, the portions were quite large . We took a stool around the area, took pictures and the drove around the coast guard or marine base where we saw some trainee cadets.
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