Historic Appeal

Imagine exchanging wedding vows in a grand historic church that dates back to the 1600's, or in a beautiful garden on the grounds of an 18th century mansion, once home to a signer of the Declaration of Independence. These are just a few of the many historical options available to couples who marry in the Annapolis and the Chesapeake Bay region. If you choose to marry in downtown Annapolis, you'll be immersed in historic charm regardless of where your ceremony and reception take place. Its lovingly preserved historic buildings and quaint brick-lined streets are constant reminders of this city's historic, and romantic, allure.

The historic appeal extends far beyond downtown Annapolis. Tiny maritime villages dot the countryside in Anne Arundel County. A large national historic landmark in the County, once a major tobacco port in Colonial days, now features ornamental gardens and surrounding patios and lawns to create an elegant wedding site.

Ready to explore the area's historic wedding venues?


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Residence Inn by Marriott Annapolis

  • Address:
  • 170 Admiral Cochrane Drive
  • , Annapolis, MD 21401

Maryland Federation of Art

  • Address:
  • 18 State Circle
  • , Annapolis, MD 21401
  • Region: Annapolis City
  • Type: Historic Appeal
  • Phone: 410-268-4566
  • Fax: 410-268-4570

Quiet Waters Park

  • Address:
  • 600 Quiet Waters Park Road
  • , Annapolis, MD 21403
  • Type: Historic Appeal
  • Phone: 410-222-1777
  • Fax: 410-222-1545





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