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.
Wind your way up the Walters Art Museum's central staircases for access to this facility's permanent collection of art and artifacts from around the globe. Enjoy an introduction to the creative efforts of Egyptians, Romans, Nubians and the Near East exploring the Ancient Art holdings, revisit Europe through portrait miniatures and works by well-known French talents amongst the 18th & 19th-century galleries and venture from armor to jewelry and furniture in the Renaissance and Baroque portion of this well-rounded museum. The Walters' temporary exhibits change regularly and range widely in theme and medium. Check the events calendar for details.
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