It's so easy to come in for a bit and walk around these hallowed halls. A great deal of history has transpired here...from George Washington resigning his post as commander and chief to the ratification of the Treaty of Paris which ended the Revolutionary War. The dome, at the time it was built, was an architectural marvel as it was a unique design made of wood and fastened together with wooden pegs. Then and now it stands as an important landmark that highlights the skyline of Annapolis.
Be sure to walk outside and enjoy the beautifully manicured grounds, and don't miss the Governor's Mansion which is nearby. Besides the waterfront, this is my favorite area in the historic district.
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