Date: Thursday, March 14, 2024
Location: Museum of Historic Annapolis, 99 Main Street
Throughout history, many leaders have lifted their voices in calls to action to help create a better world. Step into our American Story with a special guided tour for homeschool families at the Museum of Historic Annapolis. Discover the diverse stories of revolutionaries, civil rights leaders and other changemakers throughout our shared history.
Then, walk with us to the oldest state capitol building in continuous legislative use. At the Maryland State House, action and change happens every day! Walk in the footsteps of George Washington through the Old Senate Chamber, and stand in the Old House of Delegates Chamber – where Maryland voted to abolish slavery.
Advance registration required. This program is suitable for students in elementary through high school.
Cost: $10 per Student (5-17); Free for one Adult Chaperone per student group; Additional Adults $10 per person
Two sessions are available for specific age groups:
Parking is recommended at Hillman Garage or Gott’s Court Garage. Click here for information about parking in Annapolis.