Learn about a famous conductor on the Underground Railroad and take a “ride” to freedom! Harriet Tubman comes to life in our award-winning hands-on history program. Ages 9 to adults. 7 - 9 pm. $10. One adult is admitted free for every 5 children in your group.
March 3, 2016
Meet live animals and learn about their care and natural habitats. Girl Scout Brownies will fulfill requirements for the Pets badge. Girl Scout Juniors will fulfill requirements for the Animal Habitats badge. Non-scouts of all ages are welcome. 9am-12 noon or1-4 pm. $8 per child. $3 per adult. Reservations are required for a group rate which grants free admission to an adult with 5 or more children.
Selected Highlights (go to www.marylandday.org for details)
Annapolis Maritime Museum - use nautical navigational tools, de-code a message from signal flags. Susan Campbell Park (City Dock) - Annapolis Drum and Bugle Corps and flag raising. “Bricks of Annapolis” walking tour by Watermark - starting at City Dock. Maryland State House - Put your family event on an interactive timeline that will be stored at Maryland State Archives. Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts - Open House with demonstrations, performances, and hands-on creativity. Londontown - colonial children's dress-ups, rope making, oral history interviews.
ALL are $1 or FREE.