The Annapolis Maritime Museum is a non-profit corporation with a volunteer working Board of Directors, dedicated to excellence. Your active membership and support can make a significant contribution to the growth of this new institution.

Buck Buchanan, Chairman Annapolis Maritime Museum Board of Directors, has announced the formation of an Advisory Board to establish the National Sailing Hall of Fame in Annapolis. Plans are progressing to develop a site on Annapolis Harbor to jointly house the National Sailling Hall of Fame and the Annapolis Maritime Museum. Both educational institutions will bring to life the stories of our maritime heroes and their achievements. Watch for future progress reports!

Come Welcome Spring
with a Unique Eastport Tradition

Burn Your Socks on the Equinox!

Friday, March 19
5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Barge House Park
2nd Street at Back Creek

What's This All About?

After Hurricane Isabel...

Though its main facility, the McNasby Oyster Company building, was severely damaged by hurricane Isabel, the Annapolis Maritime Museum is picking up the pieces and coming back to life bigger and better than ever.

A large crew of volunteers helped remove all the important artifacts, exhibits and resource materials to the second floor before the storm where they survived high and dry and are now in temporary storage.


We are building a new website to reflect our Renaissance! Please bear with us as we complete this task.

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Annapolis Maritime Museum
PO Box 3088
Annapolis, MD 21403

410 295-0104

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