Children love Annapolis’ harbor, for instance the city dock, also called “Ego Alley” for its large, luxury sail boats. Also, children feed the ducks at City Dock with bread.   At the Kunte Kinte memorial, they view the Alex Haley sculpture and practicing reading aloud quotes from "Roots," all part of the Kunte Kinte memorial. Parents and children walk through Bay and Susan Campbell Park and enjoy the Newman Street Playground between Newman and Compromise streets, opposite Marriott. William Paca House and Gardens offers a nice relaxing but historical learning experience for all; The house and garden honors Paca, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and Maryland governor. For child-friendly entertainment, families enjoy the Pirate Adventures of the Chesapeake where children combat Pirate Pete with water cannons and search for sunken treasure. Families with a car fool around in Chesapeake Children's Museum, where kids can play-dress-up, participate in arts and crafts, take a nature walk and pet friendly turtles. The Navy academy offers sights for all ages. Preble Hall has artifacts and model ships. Families watch the Noon meal formation at Bancroft Hall, which is the world's largest dormitory as a home to all 4,000 mids. In Late May, the Blue Angels put on a stunning air show.