Historic Inns of Annapolis

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• Embrace the history of the region and the centuries-old tradition of gracious service at the most historic hotels in Maryland. Comprised of three historic buildings, each destination shares a story of the famous guests who lodged there since the late 18th century. The Maryland Inn specifically was a popular lodging place for signers of the Declaration of Independence.



• Discover the Robert Johnson House, home to members of the Johnson family who were prominent city and state government officials from the 1770s to the 1800s.



• Step back in time at the Governor Calvert House, which dates back to 1695 and was owned by a prominent local family who lived in the house originally in early 1700s. Governor Benedict Leonard Calvert once occupied the beautiful home and held office from 1727 to 1731. Today, this elegant boutique hotel is home to many state legislators each year when they convene at the Maryland State House across the street.

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