History, Music, The Arts. Anne Arundel County Has It all.
With over 534 miles of coastline, Anne Arundel County is known for boating, fishing, crabbing, water skiing, sailing and swimming. But that's just the beginning. For nature lovers, there are two state parks, over 70 county parks, and several nature preserves. We also have numerous greenways, including the 13-mile Baltimore and Annapolis Trail where walkers, runners, bicyclists and equestrians pass sunny mornings and afternoons. The wide variety of recreational programs in the County appeal to all ages; from dance, gymnastics, and fine arts to fitness, fun camps, and wilderness challenges for youth and teens. With Ravens football and Orioles baseball home games a short drive away, you can be sure to be part of the action when these championship teams compete.
The highly acclaimed Annapolis Symphony performs throughout the year at its home in Maryland Hall. Leading jazz artists appear regularly in downtown Annapolis and in venues throughout the county. And outdoor country concerts during summer months feature some of the industrie's finest. In addition, there are countless museums, theatres and galleries in the county. Sneak a peak at the National Cryptologic Museum, a collection of exhibits highlighting the history of espionage and code breaking at the National Security Agency. Or tour the beautifully maintained historical homes and cobblestone streets of Annapolis. There you can visit the Maryland State House where General George Washington resigned his commission as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army in December of 1783 and where Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe presided over the Continental Congress from 1783 to 1784.
As we said, it's like being on vacation and never having to go home.
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