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U.S. Naval Academy

121 Blake Rd, Annapolis, MD 21402-1300
+1 410-293-8687
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Visiting the Academies

As a former Naval Officer it was a thrill to see Annapolis and the Academy. Truly a professional... read more

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fclarkeiv
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Cleveland, Ohio
Chapel

Nice place to visit and take a long walk through the academy grounds. Naval Academy Chapel is a... read more

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121 Blake Rd, Annapolis, MD 21402-1300
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+1 410-293-8687

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Reviewed yesterday

As a former Naval Officer it was a thrill to see Annapolis and the Academy. Truly a professional place with professional guides. the highlight was the Chapel and crypt of John Paul Jones. Lot's of history

Thank fclarkeiv
Reviewed yesterday

Nice place to visit and take a long walk through the academy grounds. Naval Academy Chapel is a definite must see! Highly recommended.

Thank Anna E
Reviewed 2 days ago

What's to say. It's impressive, stately and beautiful. A beautiful symbol of our military excellence in education. Set in a magnificent environment.

Thank bluecats88
Reviewed 2 days ago

I had the pleasure of living in Annapolis and hosting 3 Midshipmen for 4 years. They are the best and brightest. They are smart, well turned out individuals who are proud of their country. I strongly recommend a visit to the academy while visiting Annapolis.

Thank Dan P
Reviewed 2 days ago

The academy grounds are easy to walk and a lot to see. They have a naval museum well worth seeing and the numerous buildings that you are permitted to walk through. You are surrounded by history at evey turn. You need a photo id to...More

Thank john m
Reviewed 2 days ago

Take the guided tour starting at the Visitors Center . Go to chapel, mess hall, Bancroft Hall, museum

Thank Q6798VEpatricks
Reviewed 2 days ago

So enjoyed our guided tour. It was very informative and the grounds of the campus were beautiful. So much better than wandering around on our own. Out tour guide was very knowledgeable and knew answers to all questions asked.

Thank cesloan2
Reviewed 3 days ago

loved the Chapel & hearing the Messiah. Enjoyed John Paul Jones tomb underneath. The bier is held up by 4 dolphins.

Thank Vera W
Reviewed 3 days ago

We had a great visit and our tour guides were outstanding. We visited the Chapel, Crypt, Museum, Bancroft Hall and the Dining Room. We had a special guest giving us part of the tour so we probably saw some things that aren't on the typical...More

Thank Jan S
Reviewed 3 days ago

The public can actually enter a few buildings! Midshipmen were friendly. Many student tours in the morning. Be prepared to learn a lot and walk a lot. There are many brick walkways.

Thank Lauraine B
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LeeT749
Does it cost anything to tour USNA?
12 April 2017|
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Response from Christopher F | Reviewed this property |
Though I thought the tour was really worth the expense. I believe adults were $9-12 or so. Tour began with a film, then visited all the important sites ending at the naval museum. the insights the excellent guide gave... More
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mjwbnw
We are going to be staying in downtown Annapolis and will not have a car. Is there an easy way to get to the Academy that would not require a car rental?
10 April 2017|
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Response from Adam R | Reviewed this property |
walking will get you there easily!
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Sunvsclouds
Were going to Annapolis in Nov. About how long is the tour and if we decided to walk around on our own, is that allowed and how much time should we allow for that.
30 March 2017|
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Response from Heather9008 | Reviewed this property |
Tour is about 2 hours. Have to have ID. It is cool and takes you they everything even a room and the swimming area. Beautiful campus and clean. Can go to church as well for mass.
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