Our 12-acre Park Campus is a waterfront gem, housing hiking trails, a public paddle-craft launch, our bustling educational center and our newest venue!

  • The new Merrill Family Pavilion is nestled between wooded hiking trails and the historic waterworks building.
  • Our newest venue boasts a huge fireplace, exquisite craftsmanship and room to spread out and celebrate, all in a serene waterfront location.
  • Whether it’s a wedding, corporate events, birthday or the September Sunsets Concert series, the pavilion is a perfect location.
  • Our popular year-round education programs take place at the Park Campus.
  • The additional campus has allowed AMM to continue to significantly expand its programs with a goal to serve 15,000 adults and children annually by 2025.
  • We host birthday parties, summer camps, field trips and our Box of Rain programs all in this urban oasis.
History and Heritage
  • The waterworks building located next to the Merrill Family Pavilion has been painstakingly restored and converted to classrooms and offices for our education program.
  • Over 1 mile of clamshell walking trails boast views of Back Creek while a kayak and canoe launch offers public water access to all.
Looking Forward
  • Plans to expand include a maritime-themed playground, a public kayak kiosk, a new Maritime Education Center and a nature-based preschool.

The Merrill Family Pavilion

The Merrill Family Pavilion is under construction and will be ready Summer of 2023. Located along the scenic shores of Back Creek, Annapolis Maritime Museum’s Park Campus is the perfect location for a family reunion or picnic, a corporate team building event, an outdoor wedding, bridal shower, baby shower, or graduation party.  In the evenings and on weekends, this new space will be an oasis  – enjoy time in nature with family and friends!

• 2,600 sq ft.
• Stunning working stone fireplace
• (4) ceiling-mounted fans
• Clear vinyl roll-down side panels
• ADA accessible
• Elegant chandeliers


‘Undercurrent’: an impactful art installation at Annapolis Maritime Museum & Park’s Park Campus, spotlighting plastic pollution’s impact on our oceans by Bobby Donovan. Standing tall at 17 feet, ‘Undercurrent’ blends art with environmental awareness, urging us to rethink consumption habits.


 Added to AMM Park in April of 2024.