Five New Things To Do in Annapolis & Anne Arundel County This Summer

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There’s always something new to experience in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Here are a few activities you might want to treat yourself to in the lazy, hazy days of summer ahead.

Ego Alley at City Dock in Annapolis by Robert Peterson

There’s always something new to experience in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Here are a few activities you might want to treat yourself to in the lazy, hazy days of summer ahead.

Wine and Dine Under the Stars – Enjoy an intimate evening of music, wine and pizza under the stars during Great Frogs Winery’s new Date Night. Held the last Friday of the month through September, patrons are invited to sample Great Frogs’ newest selection of wines before choosing a bottle to share. Read more…

Test Your Survival Skills – Opened in May 2016, Mission Escape Rooms at 40 West Street in Annapolis is a new, interactive entertainment destination that provides real-life escape experiences designed for small groups of 6-14 people. Your mission is simple: work together as a team, testing your wits and skills, to escape from a locked room in an hour or less. Read more…

Rediscover the U.S. Naval Academy – In May 2016, the U.S. Naval Academy officially opened a new, high-tech exhibit that greets visitors as they enter Halsey Field House on their way to the Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center. Serving as a ‘quarterdeck’ for the Naval Academy, the exhibit features several interactive screens, including a 20’ x 6’ touch screen wall map that pinpoints sites to see around the “Yard”. Read more…

Set Out on a Family Fishing Adventure – Children ages 5 to 16 and their families can now cast off on a 1.75-hour trip aboard a 30-foot U.S. Coast Guard certified fishing vessel – the Sea Dragon – to learn how to fish, crab and preserve the Chesapeake Bay. Read more…

Launch Your Own Boat – Annapolis and Anne Arundel County visitors and residents have yet another option for getting out on the water. In spring 2016, Anne Arundel County officially opened a $4.9 million boat ramp at Fort Smallwood park in Pasadena. It’s the first public boat ramp owned by Anne Arundel County. Read more…

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