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Maryland State House

91 State Cir, Annapolis, MD 21401-1904
+1 410-974-3400
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Beautiful Building Full of History

Make sure to visit the State House, the place where Washington resigned his commission. We thought... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
september9
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Putnam Valley, NY
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The bottom floor is open to the public and a picture ID must be presented to pass through security... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Tracey L
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The seat of government for the state of Maryland.
  • Excellent56%
  • Very good37%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
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91 State Cir, Annapolis, MD 21401-1904
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Make sure to visit the State House, the place where Washington resigned his commission. We thought we'd be in and out but there were so many interesting displays and so much to learn we were there for a couple of hours. The displayed silver service...More

Thank september9
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The bottom floor is open to the public and a picture ID must be presented to pass through security. You are able to view the chambers in both old and “new” parts of the building. The exhibit dedicated to George Washington is very interesting. It...More

Thank Tracey L
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Maryland State house is rich in history and architectural excellence and is a "do not miss" attraction for U.S. history buffs. The largest all wooden domed public facility in the U.S. the State House is the oldest U.S. state capitol in continuous legislative use,...More

Thank Frank E
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I took a self guided tour through the state house. Beautiful. Beautiful art/paintings. And George Washington has been there!!

Thank LibbyMY
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

What a lovely capital building! It also has informative exhibits that make for a nice stop when walking around the town.

Thank KRC2015
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The State house has early Revolutionary period history. After an initial security check, tourist have some photographic liberty making for outstanding photos. An outstanding historical landmark.

Thank burrdjd
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very informative. Give you the feeling of being there when history was happening. A great blend of old and new government

Thank Janet P
Reviewed 14 October 2017

An excellent stop in Annapolis to understand some of Maryland's early history, including the era of the American Revolution. A brief glimpse of today's Maryland legislative process is also included, and the building itself is part of America's architectural history

Thank Michael A
Reviewed 12 October 2017

It is SO beautiful and quite startling for many people to realize that George Washington resigned his commission in the Army here so he could become President. It’s one of my favorite places to take visitors!

Thank Vaglassmoore
Reviewed 12 October 2017

Beautiful piece of history; amazing architecture. Take a guided tour! Even better, sit in when state politicians are in session. Bring a camera!

Thank Kraig M
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Lydia L
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Response from Michael C | Reviewed this property |
The truth is that it will depend on your level of interest in the history that the building represents. It is the oldest continuously operating state house in the country. The Governor & Lt. Governor have offices on the... More
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