A move to Annapolis is a journey into one of the oldest cities in the United States. Whether you're looking for Annapolis apartments to be close to the city's waterfront, cultural venues or multiple colleges and universities, Annapolis has something for every lifestyle.
If you're new to Annapolis apartments and want to discover the arts and culture of the city, visit Marine Art Gallery, Maryland Federation of Art Gallery, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts or the Annapolis Collection. Catch a show performed by the Bay Theatre Company, Annapolis Chorale, Colonial Players of Annapolis, Annapolis Opera or the Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre Inc. The Maritime Museum will teach you about the marine heritage of Annapolis and the neighboring waters of the Chesapeake Bay.
If you're moving to Annapolis for higher education, you're in luck: Most of the colleges and universities are on one side of town and are near the water. If you're attending St. John's College, Frostburg State University, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Maryland or the U.S. Naval Academy, look for apartments on the east side of Annapolis, near the Naval Academy. The University of Maryland University College is on the west side of Annapolis.
Need to get away from it all? The River Plantation, with 1,200 acres, four miles of shoreline along the Wye River and a fleet of luxury yachts, is a retreat away from Annapolis apartments. Sail around the Chesapeake Bay and Annapolis, America's Sailing Capital, aboard a 74-foot schooner with Schooner Woodwind, available for two-hour public sailing cruises, themed dinner cruises, wine tastings, lighthouse tours and cruises to a waterfront crabhouse.
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