In the 16th Century, Spanish explorers sailed around the world searching for new lands and trade routes to help improve their nation’s wealth and resources. Many spent weeks, if not months, at sea as they traveled from continent to continent. During their voyages, many of these seafaring explorers made their homes aboard tall ships called galleons. These 170ft
Annapolis hosts yoga, cruises, live shows, a seafood festival, and educational yet entertaining events this week. Try one or try them all! Annapolis Entertainment Here in Annapolis, we are blessed with lovely water views, delicious seafood, and delightful sea breezes. This Saturday and Sunday, all three combine for the much-anticipated Maryland Seafood Festival.
Craft beer has taken the nation by storm over the past few years, resulting in the emergence of a multitude of fun and unique breweries throughout Maryland and the mid-Atlantic region. This September, many of these local beer makers, as well as skilled craft beersmen from around the country will invade Navy Stadium for the 4th Annual Annual Annapolis Craft Beer and
Annapolis, Md- After a landmark year in 2013, the Fringe Festival is returning to Annapolis for the 4th year on October 4, 2014. Inspired by the famous Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the Annapolis Fringe Festival is a low-cost, outrageously fun one-day event of uncensored live performances by boundary-pushing artists, featuring a wild mixture of music, dance, art, and
Annapolis hosts several new and interesting events this week, including a party at Great Frogs Winery, concerts on the water, wine and beer events, and cruises that welcome dogs and kids. See what piques your interest below. Annapolis Entertainment Live music and summer pair together so harmoniously and we likely have USNA Band to thank for that. This Tuesday, see
[caption id="attachment_6775" align="alignright" width="221"] photo by fineartamerica.com[/caption] From the presence of the United States Naval Academy to the million dollar yachts found along Ego Alley to single crab pots floating off private docks, life on the water is a constant commonality in the culture of Maryland's capital city and, as a result, is in the blood