Use our free hotel shuttle to explore things to do in Annapolis

Located off Route 50 in the Chesapeake Bay area, the Country Inn & Suites, Annapolis, MD offers a complimentary evening and weekend shuttle to some of the most popular things to do in America’s Sailing Capital. Tour historical downtown Annapolis, which has more original 18th-century homes than any other city in the US, and then treat yourself to a shopping spree at Westfield Annapolis. Traveling with family? Head to Six Flags America to conquer the park’s thrilling roller coasters. If you’re in the area to visit a student or attend graduation, our hotel rooms are within five miles of the US Naval Academy and St. John’s College.

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Annapolis Harbour Center

1.03 mi / 1.66 km from the hotel
Shop for a new outfit, watch a blockbuster or grab a bite to eat at Annapolis Harbour Center, which is also home to the popular Pennsylvania Dutch Farmers Market.

Annapolis Tours & Crawls

3.65 mi / 5.87 km from the hotel
Gather your friends and family to brave the spooky streets of downtown Annapolis. These nighttime ghost tours are a fun way to learn about the city's paranormal past while enjoying a different selection of spirits.

Annapolis Towne Centre

0.96 mi / 1.55 km from the hotel
This upscale village near downtown Annapolis includes boutiques, many dining options, and stores like Anthropologie, Restoration Hardware, and Whole Foods.

Banneker-Douglass Museum

3.44 mi / 5.54 km from the hotel
Learn the stories behind African American triumphs and tragedies at the Banneker-Douglass Museum, which celebrates the voices of icons like Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, and Thurgood Marshall.

Maryland State House

3.57 mi / 5.74 km from the hotel
Home to Maryland's General Assembly, the Maryland State House is one of the oldest legislative buildings still in use. Take a guided tour to learn about this facility's important place in history.

Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

2.64 mi / 4.25 km from the hotel
Built in 1959, the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium honors current and former servicemen through sportsmanship and exciting competition. The Navy's football team calls this turf home, and the stadium also plays host to the annual Military Bowl.