Maryland State House

Oldest American state house in continuous legislative use. U.S. Capitol from November 26, 1783 to August 13, 1784. Historic legislative chambers with exhibit about General George Washington resigning his commission, and statues of Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglass. On Maryland's Frederick Douglass Driving Tour. A National Park Service National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom site.


Daily 9am-5pm, photo ID required.


100 State Cir
Annapolis MD 21401
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Rated 4 by 67craigw

October 06, 2020


Historical Sight Easy Seen

Nice historical sight when in Old Towne. Classic looking building, easy to get a few photos. Meet the Maryland Governor as he was out and about on a local business photo Op.

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Rated 4 by JSfromDC

August 16, 2020


Worth a Visit

The Maryland State House is well worth a visit. Loaded with history, the grounds are as impressive as the architecture.

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Rated 5 by Karen G

July 16, 2020

Karen G

Maryland State House

Beautiful capital especially at night- a center piece for the historical district. Stayed at the Historical Inns across the street, easy to walk to

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