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World Class and Local Art in One
Mar 06, 2015 by: Robert K from Maryland
If you visit southern Maryland / the Solomons area make time to see Ann Marie Gardens. World class sculpture out on the beautiful and quiet walking path, plus rotating special event and exhibits indoors. We are locals so we go several times a year for special events like ArtsFest, Christmas /Halloween decorations, or just for a peaceful stroll. There are also classes for beginners on up so check their web site for a a schedule. We never know what we will find but it is always good. Family friendly place to introduce your children to great art without the "shhhh" factor to worry about.
A variety of activities
Feb 13, 2015 by: Fishtherapy from Hughesville, MD
Annmarie Gardens has a lot to offer, check out their website. We enjoy the Christmas Lights walking path, then coming inside to warm up with hot cider and live music. They have monthly art events that also have live music. They offer classes for a variety of crafts, however, I feel the classes are too expensive for me to attend which is unfortunate because I am interested in a lot of them. They have different events in the summer time as well that are affordable.
Jan 14, 2015 by: georgiachampion from Milner, Georgia
Beautiful Christmas lights that were very unusual. Nice handmade gifts for sale. Unfortunately, it was hard to get away from screaming kids.
Wonderful art, wonderful experience
Dec 31, 2014 by: devirathod from Wichita, Kansas
This Christmas lights visit was the first time I had ever heard about Annmarie Garden. The outdoor display was vibrant, fun, and pretty. Great for all ages! Although we came for the lights, I discovered the art inside the gallery, and this actually made my visit extra-special. The art on display was superb. You will also want to visit the gift shop. It's tough to go in there and not walk away lighter in the wallet. Something for every price range and every person.
Weekend visit to Solomons
Sep 15, 2014 by: Kathleen K from Olney, Maryland
It was an easy bike ride from Solomons Island. The walk through the trees and the sculptures (many on loan from the Smithonian) are worth the visit. There are rotating exhibits in the main building, and the current exhibit on sailor wool art from the 1800's is excellent.
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