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St. Anne’s is a beautiful historical church. It even has Tiffany windows (two of them). It is located at the top of town in the middle of a rotary. It is a place to start your walking tour of this beautiful city. The state house...More
Saint Ann’s Church is located at the top of the historic district in downtown Annapolis. This is a good starting place if you are doing a walking tour of the area.
There are several historical markers located in the church and on the property. It...More
The guided tour offered many insights that would otherwise be lost otherwise. Inside you will find plaques with brief detailed history. There is a story behind the stained glass windows (Tiffany) and the original collection plate that is still used today shared by our guide....More
This church displays plaques recognizing Francis Scott Key and signers of the Declaration of Independence as patrons of theirs church. It is a beautiful building complete with a few Tiffany windows. Using our phones to do the walking tour of the interior, there are many...More
What a beautiful church located directly in the center of town. The history about the church is written on a plaque as soon as you enter. You can even have a town guide take you there as part of your tour. You're not rushed, you...More
This historic church is open to the public, and on certain days, including Wednesdays, there is a docent present to give a tour. I thoroughly enjoyed my tour yesterday, April 18. The gentleman was very knowledgeable about the church history and Annapolis history in general....More
Before attending a concert tonight at Ram's Head, we walked around Annapolis a bit and investigated St. Anne's Church. It was founded in 1692, but the current building is much newer, built in 1858.
Two of its stained glass windows are Tiffanys (the first two...More