3 Ways to Explore Annapolis in November

By: Explorer Annapolis

Whether you’re an art enthusiast, looking to take care of some early holiday shopping, or simply looking for a great event for the whole family, you’ll find something to pique your interest this November in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County. Experience the world’s longest tug of war across water, a holiday light show at Sandy […]

November 02, 2016


Fall Fun for Y’all at the Greenstreet Gardens Fall Festival

By: Sinead Harold

What a wonderful time I spent last weekend at the Greenstreet Gardens Fall Festival. Back in my home country of Ireland we refer to fall as autumn, and we don’t celebrate it on such a big scale like here in America. So I was super excited to experience my first ‘American Fall’ festival in the […]

October 19, 2016


Family of Fore! Where to Golf With Your Family

By: Alexandra Cannady

I can count on one hand, ah, maybe two, the number of times I’ve played 18 holes since my son was born. And that’s even taking into consideration that my son fell in love with golf when he was just 18 months old. But while I don’t get out on the course often enough, we […]

October 10, 2016


5 Ways to Explore Annapolis this October

By: Explorer Annapolis

With the leaves changing colors and a crisp breeze blowing through Annapolis, it’s clear October has arrived. Though we’re all upset summer has ended, the coming of October doesn’t mean that things slow down here in Annapolis. From fall festivals and two of the world’s largest in-water boat shows to haunted tours of the city […]

October 04, 2016


Maryland Renaissance Festival

By: Alexandra Cannady

Ever wonder what life was like in 16th-century England? Now in its 40th season, the Maryland Renaissance Festival (1821 Crownsville Road in Annapolis) is one of fall’s most anticipated events in Anne Arundel County, offering visitors the chance to visit a recreated English village from the 1500s. Packed with music, dance, food, drinks, jousting, and even […]

September 20, 2016


5 Ways to Explore Annapolis this September

By: Explorer Annapolis

September in Annapolis is a time when the weather cools and leaves begin to change color over the Maryland State House, signaling the return of local seasonal festivals, one of the city’s favorite art events, and of course, Navy Football. Whether you explore historic Annapolis at your own pace – wandering the 300-year-old brick streets […]

August 31, 2016


Getting on the Water in Annapolis—Even if You Don’t Own a Boat

By: SymmetryAgency

From the very first time I stood at the top of Main Street in historic Annapolis, taking in the view to the end of the street where the brick meets the harbor, I was envious. Seeing boats rocking gently in the harbor and gliding in the open water beyond, I wanted in. Sure, the scene […]

August 11, 2016


The Sailing Academy at Herrington Harbour North

By: Alexandra Cannady

I’ve always been a ‘try anything once, twice if you like it’ type person.  I’ve been skydiving, bungee-jumping, have had the opportunity to fly a Cessna, fly an airship.  Though my extreme adventure days may be over, I look for every opportunity to explore with my son and give him as many different experiences as […]

August 08, 2016


Crabbing on the Creek: A Favorite Local Summer Pastime

By: Beasley Becca

Every summer, I reach into my bucket list for a couple of “must-do” activities with my kids. This summer, one of those activities was to go crabbing. I grew up spending lots of time at my grandparent’s property on Parkers Creek in South County (that’s what locals call Southern Anne Arundel County). A favorite summertime […]

August 02, 2016


A Kid-Free Weekend in Annapolis

By: Beasley Becca

A little while ago, a friend of mine asked me for travel recommendations for her and her husband on their anniversary weekend. They wanted to stay and play in the Annapolis area, and they would be traveling without their two young children. Without children?! As parents, the opportunity to travel together sans children is as […]

July 05, 2016