Take the tour of the Naval Academy. The buildings are beautiful, the history is very interesting and it is a big part of our country's history that should not be missed.
Enjoyed the free access to walk around the beautiful campus and the museum. The boat room was fascinating. Give yourself at least 2 hours or go more than once. Guides and service men and women were very friendly and helpful.
My husband and I spent a day in Annapolis and went to the Naval Academy. We strolled around the gardens and went in their ship museum. Pretty interesting! My husband really enjoyed it. There was a line to get in, but it moved along quickly. I don't believe there is a place to eat there though. Overall a great day!
The Naval Academy as a tourist destination is a must see for all visitors to Annapolis. First, let me say, no matter how long you stay, you will never see it all, so try to hit the highlights, take a tour, or go with a graduate or someone who works there. It is a college campus but it it so... More
A visit to the USNA is an eye-opener for many people. Historic and lovely Annapolis is the setting and has been since 1845. Now approximately 4,500 young men and women, the education is top notch, preparing them for service life in both Navy and Marine Corps. The walking tour is informative and hopefully leaves the impression of TAX DOLLAR WELL... More
Located in the Maryland capital of Annapolis, the Naval Academy is located along the Severn River and is right in the downtown area. You must enter through a guarded gate where there is a parking lot just inside the gate. You may walk around the campus which is just beautiful. You can get to see: part of one of the... More
The Academy is accessible to all but you need to have ID (eg passport for non-Americans). We visited the museum which was very interesting and walked around. Well worth a visit if you are in Annapolis and there is no charge.
An exploration around the USNA is so worth the time. The beauty and majesty of the Chapel...the peace and tranquility of the Crypt of John Paul Jones all resonates "Eternal Father strong to save".. . Then head over to PreblenHall and be amazed at the phenomenal ship models with so many stories behind them. The view of. The Chesapeake bay... More
Every American should take a glimpse into the life of the proving ground for their Marine Corps and Naval officers. The history is staggering (John Paul Jones' crypt, the Chapel, the battle flags, the buildings themselves). Leave plenty of time to peruse the USNA Museum, see the noon formation when the Mids form up to head to lunch, and just... More
The Academy is free to all visitors. They have a very nice museum with model ships and other memorabilia related to the Acadamy through the years. The Chapel is beautiful and walk down Captain's Row is memorable.
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