Museum Shop

Museum Shop

The following items are available in our online Museum Shop. If you’re unable to stop by the Museum in Annapolis or forgot to bring home a souvenir, we’re happy to ship our custom merchandise and other items to you. Prices include shipping. Please use the form at the bottom of the page to place your order. Please contact us if you have questions.

AMM Logo Ball Cap – $32

These colorful hats are 100% garment-washed cotton twill and feature a cool-crown mesh lining and tuck-away back strap and grommet. Available colors: Burgundy, Tangerine, Forest, Navy, Grey and Carribean Blue

T-Shirts – $30

McNasby’s Shirt – 100% cotton, heather gray shirt featuring a unique McNasby’s design

Books – $28-100

Annapolis: A Portrait – Local photographer, Lisa Masson, captures Annapolis with nearly 200 images of exceptional quality and views never seen before via her camera lens. Some notable memories include the parade up Main Street with the US Army Old Guard, in honor of the visiting ship L’Hermione,  AYC Wednesday Night racing, interiors of the Government Residence, attending the Naval Academy graduation, Sea Trials and Navy Football. Pages also feature the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Price: $38

Maritime Annapolis – With fortunes that have ebbed and flowed with the tides, Annapolis has graced the banks of the Severn River and the Chesapeake Bay since the seventeenth century. Generations have worked the docks, sailed its waters and hunted for Chesapeake Gold–oysters–even as the city became home to a proud military tradition in the United States Naval Academy. Local author Rosemary F. Williams presents a vivid image of Annapolis with tales of violent skirmishes between the dashing Captain Waddell and crews of outlaw oyster poachers, the crabbing rage of the twentieth century, feisty shipwright Benjamin Sallier and the city’s Golden Age of Sailing. Williams’s fluid prose and stunning vintage images chronicle the maritime history of this capital city and reveal its residents’ deep connection to the ever-shifting waters. Price: $38

Over the Bridge – Author Ginger Doyel interviewed more than 600 Eastport locals and collected nearly 2,000 photographs to create Over the Bridge. This book tells the story of the places and events that have defined Eastport for over four centuries. Price: $100

Skipjacks remind us of an age when a robust oyster industry enabled a unique way of life along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. These graceful boats take us back to the waterside hamlets where sturdy folk built and tended the vessels of a fishing industry now nearly faded from view. In 1993 Dr. Randolph George found an aging skipjack named Martha Lewis, and what followed became a labor of love and a discovery of the histories, places, and people deeply connected to that time. Price: $36

Working the Water – Jay Fleming spent three years documenting the fascinating and rapidly changing way of life of those who make their living from the Bay’s resources. Working the Water takes the reader on a journey with the watermen as they harvest oysters, clams, fish, and crabs. Engaging photographs of the watermen at work highlight this documentary of the harvesters of the Chesapeake Bay. Price: $63

Olly Explores – Olly the Oyster is ready for an adventure. So when Mr. Oyster tells him about the wonders of the Chesapeake Bay, he sets off to see them. Following along with Olly, kids will learn about some wonders that fly, like the Great Blue Heron, a symbol of the Bay; some that shine at night, like the Cape Henry Lighthouse; and even a wonder where you can find fossils of crocodile teeth—the Calvert Cliffs. For ages 5 to 8. Price: $28

Santa Claws – Travel beneath the Chesapeake Bay, where Spud, a feisty young blue crab, hates to nap. Waking his underwater friends, Spud launches a rollicking Christmas Eve party that is interrupted by an unexpected traveler in need of Spud’s help. Can Spud help bring Christmas to the Bay? Preschool to grade 2. This fun book is accompanied by a cuddly crab plush. Price: $32