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Historic Annapolis Gateway - City Dock - Annapolis, MD
Historic Annapolis Gateway - City Dock
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Stroll along the famed Annapolis waterfront or sit at City Dock and imagine what Annapolis must have been during the 1700s, when the City was a bustling Chesapeake Bay port with vessels sailing in to trade from all over the world. Internationally famous as a yachting center, Annapolis has been a port of call for the watermen of the Chesapeake Bay for generations. Today, visitors can watch sailboat races in the harbor and understand why Annapolis is America's Sailing Capital. The Harbor affords sailing and powerboat cruises, an excellent way to view the nautical scene. Within a short walk are Maryland's Capitol building - the oldest in the nation - the historic district, and the U.S. Naval Academy.
Hours: Open year around.
Fees: None -- Contact Historic Annapolis Foundation for walking tour fees.
For more information about Historic Annapolis Gateway - City Dock call (410) 280-0445 or visit the following websites: http://www.annapolis.org/, http://www.hometownannapolis.com/tour_citydock.html.

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