US Naval Academy Museum

Annapolis, MD

Where are we going?

US Naval Academy Museum
118 Maryland Ave
Annapolis
MD 21401
USA

410 293 2108

What is there to do?

The US Naval Academy Museum is a free admission experience in the historic Annapolis, with not only an amazing view of the waters, but fascinating exhibits to explore the maritime history relating to the US Navy!

Located on the grounds of the actual US Naval Academy (which is impressive in itself!), the museum features two floors of exhibits all outlining the history of seapower, as well as the development of the US Navy and the role the academy plays in producing leading sailors and marines!

The displays are great for kids as they combine historical artifacts with video and audio technology, so the stories of the men and women who served the nation at sea are really brought to life.

Kids can learn all about the birth of the US Navy during the American Revolution, and how it developed over time to the modern fleet you know today. You can learn all about how Naval Academy graduates have left the nation's armed forces in times of conflict, and even explore tactics used in many of America's naval battled on an interactive battle map!

On the second floor, you can enjoy a 12 minute introductory video on the museum, before stepping out to see the impressive model ship collection which is the LAREST collection of 18th and 19th century ship models on public display in North America!

There is so much history to explore and experience, that it's well worth a visit for any family during time in the beautiful Annapolis!

How much does it cost?

Adults: Free admission

Children: Free admission

LAST UPDATED 2018

Need a little extra help?

Give them a call to ask about the accessibility

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When can we go?

9am - 5pm Monday to Saturday, 11am - 5pm Sunday

Open year round but closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years Day

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Any top tips?

All visitors 21 years of age or older must show a valid picture ID at the gate (see the list of Acceptable Forms of ID). Visitors under the age of 21 who do not have a valid picture ID must be escorted by an adult with a valid form of identification.

I’m Hungry!

Grab something to eat in the area, there are plenty of options!

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