Tobacco was foundational to shaping life in the Lord Baltimore's colony. Explore insights into the yearly "Tobacco Fleet" that brought goods and carried tobacco across the Atlantic. Learn about the remains of an actual 17th- century English tobacco ship discovered using historical research and archaeology.
The U.S. Naval Academy is now facing one of its greatest challenges ever: overcoming the challenge of local sea level rise and climate change stressors. Hear about observations of historic flooding events at USNA and the work of the Sea Level Rise Advisory Council, a group formed in 2015 to gather data and forecast future mitigation actions.
Come celebrate Maryland Day at the Annapolis Maritime Museum on Friday March 22nd and Sunday March 24th for FREE admission to our waterfront campus. Learn about the ecology and history of the Chesapeake Bay and stop by our craft table to create your own example of local wildlife. Please note the museum will be closed …
Celebrate the spring equinox and the beginning of boating season each March by burning those nasty winter socks at the Annapolis Oyster Roast & Sock Burning. In a tradition dating back to the late 1970s, Annapolitans relieve themselves of the necessities of winter as the “Burn Your Socks” is recited.