Center of uptown MainStreet- historic. Restored to almost original condition.our founding fathers worshipped here and some are buried in the churchyard. Gorgeous steeple.
I own a Tour Company and wouldn't think of not taking our guests to see St. Anne's inside and out. The first building opened in 1704, but due to circumstances best explained by visiting the church and also seeing some authentic Tiffany windows, a rarity in church's, you will get a real sense of the history of Maryland, learn about... More
St Anne's is a beautiful historic church. We never got inside but a walk around the exterior and a visit to the graveyard was great. The old memorials had fascinating inscriptions. This is an active church so check the church's schedule if you want to get inside.
We had a 2 hour tour of Annapolis and our tour guide spent almost the entire first hour at this church. The first 15 minutes were interesting, but then I just wanted to move on...
Very nice church and impressive organ and loft. We were fortunate enough to participate in the annual Memorial to Lord Eton the Last and well respected Royal Governor in the crypt of their churchyard. Simple ceremony the re-enactors performed with the assistance of the parish priest.
I love old churches and this one didn't disappoint. Positioned right int he heart of Annapolis, it's easy to imagine the role this church and it's congregation played in the history of Annapolis. Take a walk through the church yard or step inside for a bit of quiet reflection. It's a beautiful spot.
This is called the Church in the Circle by Annapolitans. It is a very popular and busy church. The acoustics are incredible. If you ever have the chance attend a concert here. Your ears will love what they hear. The seats are straight backed and a bit uncomfy.
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