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Step Into the Past

The William Paca House & Garden is a National Historic Landmark, restored by Historic Annapolis to its colonial-era splendor. Visitors may also explore the two-acre pleasure garden at their leisure with purchase of a combined house and garden ticket.
Hours and Admission Information.

Holiday and Winter Hours for 2013-2014

The Paca House closes at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 24 and Dec. 31. The last tour is 1:30 p.m. Paca House opens at noon on Thursday, Dec. 26 and closes at 5:00 p.m. The Paca House is closed during January and February, 2014. It reopens weekends only on Saturday, March 1. Beginning Saturday, March 22, the Paca House will be open seven days a week.

Become A Member

Become a member of Historic Annapolis and get unlimited free admission to the Paca House & Garden, a 10% discount at the Museum Store, invitations to Members-Only events, and more - while you support our preservation and education programs. Learn more.

Hold Your Event at the William Paca House & Garden

The House & Garden offer a uniquely beautiful outdoor space for weddings and other special occasions, as well as an indoor meeting facility. Contact Jody Dalton, Director of Marketing, at 410-990-4538 or jody.dalton@annapolis.org for more information.

Walking Directions to William Paca House & Garden

From Hillman Garage on Main Street
Make a left onto Main Street after exiting the garage. Walk up to State Circle, via Francis Street, at the fork in the road on Main Street. Once on State Circle, make a right, continuing around the circle to East Street. Turn right on East Street and walk 3 blocks to Prince George Street. Make a left. The William Paca House will be on the right side of the street at 186 Prince George Street.

From Gotts Court Garage on West Street
Exit the garage onto West Street. Continue to Church Circle. At Church Circle make a left. Pass the front of the Post Office and you will be on College Avenue. Continue on College Avenue, passing the lawn of St. Johnís College campus, to Prince George Street. Make a right on Prince George Street and go about 1Ĺ blocks. The William Paca House is on the left at 186 Prince George Street.

From Bladen Street Garage on the corner of Calvert and St. Johnís Street
Exit the garage by turning right onto St. Johnís Street. Continue to College Avenue and turn left. Continue past the lawn of St. Johnís College campus, to Prince George Street. Make a right on Prince George Street and go about 1Ĺ blocks. The William Paca House is on the left at 186 Prince George Street.