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Maryland State House
Based on 176 traveler reviews
Nov 11, 2014 by: Jean M from Beaumont, Texas, United States
Such friendly staff...we were allowed to see the renovations of the 18th century room..hog hair plaster and all.
Oct 31, 2014 by: Lovetraveling199 from Belchertown, Massachusetts
Apparently this is the oldest statehouse in the country that is still in use. It is open to the public, has some interesting historical rooms to visit and some interesting facts. It is small and only takes a few minutes to tour, but it is right in downtown Annapolis so it is definitely worth a stop if you are walking around this nice historical town.
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Oct 30, 2014 by: NCTraveler27616 from Raleigh, North Carolina
we visited on the weekend so it was really quiet. they do regular government business during the day, during the week. there is security screening, so pack light if you're planning a day in Annapolis. the area surrounding the State House is not that spread out, so you can spend the day just wandering around looking at other historic sites, shops, & restaurants. wear comfortable shoes, & plan on paying to park.
Small but historic
Oct 04, 2014 by: Ohiosoccermom68 from Ohio
The State House is a wonderful old building with so much American history. It sits on its own quiet circle. We wandered around but did not take any tour. Lovely just to sit on the grounds.
Oct 01, 2014 by: 788jackw from Alliance, Ohio
The oldest State House in the US, built in 1772-1779. It's cool to see and be in such a historic building. Nothing much was happening when we were there but it was nice to go in and look around
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