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This is a very small museum that was converted from an old oyster processing house. Much of their displays are focused on oyster harvesting and production than anything else. There was some very nice artwork. Overall not much to see and I wouldn't classify it...More
I had the pleasure of visiting this museum while there and prior to a fundraising concert occurring there. The museum has great exhibits concerning the maritime history for the Chesapeake area. The building even has an art room with great photographs of the area and...More
This is more an oyster museum than a maritime museum. Good for about 45 min and interesting to see the history of the region. Nice views. And apparently a wedding venue too. This is not involved enough to go crazy out of your way for.
The exhibits here explain the history and ecology of the Chesapeake Bay in a small setting. They also have a winter lecture series on relevant topics that is well worth attending. In warmer weather there are local-group concerts on the grounds.
While a small place the Annapolis Maritime Museum takes one on the journey of the rich ecology and maritime heritage of Annapolis. The museum is the former home of McNasby Oyster Company. The volunteers are more then interesting and the museum's exhibits are clear, concise...More
First, it is free (donations welcome).
Second, it is TWO large rooms in the old Mcnasy Oyster Co. building. Thus, 45 min to 1 hr. is about tops unless you are a true officiando.
Third, it is hands-on and the main BOAT in the middle...More