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We really didn't know anything about William Paca when we came, but we enjoyed the tour of the 18th century house and furnishings. William Paca signed the Declaration of Independence, was the third governor of Maryland and built this lovely Georgian style house and gardens....More
The William Paca Garden is a must see. But so is the house as well. April, the tour guide, was very informative and professional in regards to telling the group about William Paca, his family, and the house. I can tell why my aunt and...More
The Paca (Pay-ca) Garden is a bit of a hidden treasure. Once close to the banks of the Severn River it is in downtown but across from the Naval Academy which is built on fill. There is a summer house that would be great for...More
We came upon this site as part of an Annapolis Historic weekend. The house had a significant amount of history regarding the development of Annapolis and the USA. The tour guide was helpful and knew her details. It is an interesting and easy place to...More
What a lovely place! Annapolis is truly a historic city and you feel like you've been transported back to the 1700's in this house. The tour was great and the garden is so beautiful. This is a perfect place for all ages!
We did of the house and then walked around the garden. The house tour was very informative, although our tour guide could not answer many questions asked. The house has an interesting history and it was nice to hear about the history of the city...More
It was a pleasant walk to the William Paca house and the guide was very informative. It was very interesting to see how they lived. I personally expected the gardens to be gorgeous, but they weren't. When we were there, their were only some flowers...More