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When students are ready to take a break from reading Plato, historic Annapolis is a two-minute walk from campus. Downtown, students can stroll along the famous City Dock waterfront, grab a bite with a friend at one of the many restaurants, or meet up at a locally-owned coffee shop. Take a morning run next-door on the grounds of the United States Naval Academy, sit on one of the many benches surrounding the Maryland State House, or venture to Washington, D.C.
There are also many spots on the beautiful campus grounds, including College Creek, the Chesapeake Bay’s largest restored natural shoreline, or the scientifically and acoustically interesting Pendulum Pit, where students often gather to practice music. There is much to discover in Annapolis, so students are never left without something to see or do.
These are examples of the many local places of interest as identified by students; the college encourages students and families to explore the neighboring community.
Downtown Annapolis is charming. See for yourself!
Photo Credit: VisitAnnapolis.org