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Getting to Know Annapolis America’s Sailing Capital

The Village at Providence Point is a special community, with a gorgeous campus and plenty of amenities to enrich each day, but the great city of Annapolis, Maryland, is what makes us truly spectacular among senior living communities. Whether your interests lie in the lively and dramatic arts, college sports, shopping, dining, festivals or boating, Annapolis has so many options to fill your days and nights.

And if that’s not enough, Washington, D.C. and Baltimore are a short trip away, giving you easy access to world-class entertainment and activities all year long. Your life is limited only by your imagination!

 

Do More

Voted one of the most beautiful towns in America by Conde Nast Traveler, visitors come to Annapolis from all over the region, country, and world to enjoy its historic charm, waterfront beauty, boating opportunities, and the many events associated with the U.S. Naval Academy. But only by living in Annapolis can you truly enjoy the abundant possibilities our city has to offer. Every day of the year you can wake up to something new to see or do—all within 10 minutes of The Village at Providence Point. Friends and family will enjoy touring the city on visits—you can be their guide.

Eat Well

There are well over 200 restaurants peppering the many neighborhoods and shopping districts of Annapolis. You can choose from classic American steaks and burgers, Indian, Thai, Japanese and French cuisine. Explore local wineries or expand your palate to offerings from around the world at one of the nearby wine bars. Discover new and unique craft brews in area pubs. Find your favorite crab cake at one of the dozens of restaurants serving their version of Maryland’s signature dish. When it comes to dining out, you’ll never run out of options that are all within minutes of The Village at Providence Point.

Enrich Yourself

Annapolis has exploded as a home for world-class live music, theater, dance performances and art exhibits. From music venues such as Maryland Hall, Ram’s Head On-Stage and St. John’s College auditorium to five local theaters staging productions from Broadway to Shakespeare, Annapolis will delight and entertain you. Additionally, simply take a stroll through downtown for a wide range of galleries featuring local and nationally recognized artists.

Find It All

Living at The Village at Providence Point, you’ll choose from hundreds of shopping options, from distinctive and charming downtown boutiques to popular national department, discount and home furnishing stores. With such a vast array of stores, there’s no need to venture outside of Annapolis to find everything you’re looking for.

Experience the World

Every season of the year offers distinctive ways to enjoy the events that make Annapolis such a special place to live. Imagine celebrating the holidays with the grandkids downtown, cheering the arrival of Santa at the annual holiday tree lighting, viewing the festive annual holiday boat parade or delighting in the exploding fireworks on New Year’s Eve. Embrace everything Irish at the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. Stroll West Street and discover one-of-a kind gifts and crafts at the monthly First Sunday Arts Festival.

In the summer, transport yourself to a European-style outdoor dining experience at Dining Under the Stars each Wednesday. And, with the arrival of fall, take in the pageantry of a Navy football game or join boat lovers from around the world to tour the hundreds of boats that make their way to Annapolis for the annual sail and power boat shows.

Take a Field Trip

Annapolis has so much to offer that you may never want to leave, but Washington, D.C. and Baltimore are each only a half-hour away. World-class destinations—dining, entertainment, museums, cultural attractions, art exhibits, shows, and more—are right in your backyard! You could spend more than a lifetime exploring all our region has to offer.

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