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  • Crabtown Ghosts

    Annapolis Ghosts: Unveiling Centuries of Haunting History Prepare for a spine-tingling journey into the heart of Annapolis' dark past with Ghosts of Annapolis. Book your ghost tour now and embark on an unforgettable adventure through a city tormented by terrifying hauntings for centuries. On this tour, you'll delve into the ... Read More

  • Queen Anne Farm Pumpkin Patch

    A Traditional Pumpkin Patch... and a Family Tradition! Family fun begins with a ride around the farm on a tractor-pulled haywagon, zeroing in on the pumpkin patch, and the quest for the perfect pumpkin! Our countryside is absolutely radiant in the fall, and we've created lots of wonderful places for you to create your own pr... Read More

  • Family Affair Farm

    Come join us in the fall for some Family Affair Farm fall fun! We will have U-pick pumpkins and gourds, corn maze, many fall decorations, and activities for the wee goblins! We are excited for you to come experience our u-pick pumpkins!... Read More

Real Haunts

  • Middleton Tavern

    Housed in a former private residence that dates back to 1740, this tavern is believed to be haunted by a ghost who was nicknamed Roland. He has been spotted in the dining rooms on the first floor and wears Revolutionary War-era clothing, peeking out the window toward the water. When he appears, he also brings the smell of cigar ... Read More

  • The Maryland Inn

    Dating back to the 1770s, this hotel is the oldest continuously operated hotel in the United States. Both staff and visitors of the hotel have reported paranormal activity, including disembodied footsteps, ghostly voices, scents of perfume, cold spots, and a number of apparitions. One is that of a woman wearing a black dress who... Read More

  • U.S. Naval Institute

    This U.S. Naval Institute was once a home for the poor and mentally unstable, then a Civil War hospital. A former patient, a soldier named Jimmy Sutton who died here in 1907, is believed to haunt the place. Stories say he was shot during an argument over a woman. Other apparitions have also been spotted here, and haunting report... Read More

  • Witch's Grave - Truxton Park

    Stories say the Witch's Grave can be found at Truxton Park, in the woods past the third baseball field, near a slanted tree. Stories say the witch was buried here in the 1800s but escaped from her grave, never to be seen again. On Halloween night, the bodies of her victims are rumored to hang from the trees.... Read More

  • Rams Head Tavern

    This tavern dates back to the 1830s and has a haunting story surrounding a ghost named Amy. She had been a prostitute to the guests of the tavern, and died on the job. In the downstairs bar, there is a bedpost on display that is said to be hers. Her apparition has been spotted and even photographed. An elderly woman's apparition... Read More

  • Reynolds Tavern

    This tavern is believed to be haunted by the ghost of Mary Reynolds, who inherited the building after her husband William died in 1777. Witnesses have reported objects that move on their own, a ghostly woman's voice singing Christmas carols and her ghost has also reportedly broke a dish during a ghost investigation.... Read More

  • Paca House and Garden

    This preserved historic museum site is believed to be haunted by a man's apparition who has been spotted wearing colonial clothing and looking out the windows on the upstairs floor.. Some believe the ghost is that of William Paca himself, a former Maryland governor and signer of the Declaration of Independence.... Read More

  • Governor Calvert House

    This old-fashioned hotel was once the private residence to the state governor, and is believed to be haunted. A man's apparition has been spotted wearing period clothing, a woman's spirit who is the ghost of someone who committed suicide in the 1940s, and another male spirit known as "Dominic."... Read More

  • Galway Bay Restaurant

    This pub dates back to the late 19th Century and is believed to be haunted by at least two ghosts. One is the apparition of a servant girl that has spotted in the basement, and the other is heard, not seen. Believed to be a phantom bootlegger, the second spirit was shot dead in the building and he lingers here to this day. Witne... Read More

  • Maryland State House

    The Maryland State House in Annapolis is the oldest U.S. state capitol in continuous legislative use, dating bak to 1772. It houses the Maryland General Assembly, plus the offices of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor. It is also known to house some spirits as well! There have been several reports of a ghastly revolutionary so... Read More