Email Page

4th of July Celebration

Date: Tuesday, July 4, 2023

Location: William Paca House & Garden; Museum of Historic Annapolis; Hogshead; Waterfront Warehouse

Time: 10:00 am (EDT) - 2:00 pm (EDT)

Join Historic Annapolis for a 4th of July Celebration at the William Paca House & Garden, Hogshead, Waterfront Warehouse and the Museum of Historic Annapolis!

Cost: $10 General Admission; $8 HA Members & Volunteers and Military; $5 Children (3-17); Free for Children 2 and under

Admission includes entry to the William Paca House & Garden, Hogshead, and the Museum of Historic Annapolis. Admission to the Waterfront Warehouse is free for all!

Register button

William Paca House and Garden
186 Prince George Street

Encounter living historians at every turn as they bring our historic site to life! Enjoy special family-friendly activities like face painting and patriotic crafts, and explore the 2-acre Paca Garden, a restful oasis nestled in the heart of bustling Annapolis.

Special Presentation at 10:30 am, 11:30 am, and 12:30 pm:
Meet Frederick Douglass and hear an excerpt from his speech, For What to a Slave is the Fourth of July? Nathan Richardson, renowned Frederick Douglass reenactor, will speak to Frederick Douglass’s life and share his beliefs, recalling his travels and his books. 

43 Pinkney Street

Take a short walk down Pinkney Street to Hogshead, where you’ll find colonial tradespeople who have just learned about the signing of the Declaration of Independence. What might it mean for these hardworking people?

Museum of Historic Annapolis
99 Main Street

Step into our American Story at the Museum of Historic Annapolis. Enjoy an inspiring film and explore three floors of interactive exhibits where you’ll discover diverse stories and amazing objects that represent over 400 years of our shared history! Visitors can make a patriotic pinwheel. 

Waterfront Warehouse
4 Pinkney Street

Visit a rare surviving example of a small Annapolis waterfront warehouse from the 18th century. Today you’ll discover the model of our city, circa the late 18th century, featuring a birds-eye view of the historic landscape. A volunteer will be on hand to share tales of the waterfront and those who worked there.

This site is free for all to visit. 


Add to Calendar 04/07/2023 35 4th of July Celebration William Paca House & Garden; Museum of Historic Annapolis; Hogshead; Waterfront Warehouse DD/MM/YYYY