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Historic Annapolis Foundation, HistoryQuest, and Paca House [MD]

The Foundation operates several historic sites, including HistoryQuest and the Paca House. HistoryQuest features a comprehensive welcome center, offering tickets and reservations for tours, excursions, venues, and other events. Exhibits tell the stories of those who have lived and worked in Annapolis through the decades. The Paca House, restored home of William Paca, signer of the Declaration of Independence and Revolutionary-era Governor of Maryland, stands today as one of the most elegant landmarks in Annapolis.

The foundation offers tours and recreational and educational events; HistoryQuest offers tours and exhibits; the Paca House offers tours and occasional recreational and educational events.

 
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