Maryland's capital, Annapolis, isn't overly large, but home to the United States Naval Academy and a number of Navy-oriented sites, visitors won't have trouble finding ways to fill a day between museum-hopping and local park activity.
Big boats, from submarine to sloop-of-war, steal the show at the Baltimore Maritime Museum. Visitors can explore the bowels of a World War II-era decomissioned sub, the USS TORSK, walk the deck of a Coast Guard cutter (USCGC TANEY), and have a peak in at the crew quarters of the Lightship 116, "Chesapeake" as they take in these historic ships. Be sure to have a look at the screw-pile Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse before sailing away home.
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