As discussed in Part 1, Couples planning their Valentine’s Day 2021 weekend should visit historic and scenic Annapolis. The city offers lovers beautiful, breathtaking views as they walk along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. According to TripAdvisor, below are five more of the city’s most romantic places.

Quiet Waters Park

Scenically located between the South River and Harness Creek, Annapolis’ Quiet Waters Park is a haven for couples seeking a tranquil place. Visitors can take a relaxing stroll on trails that wind through forests and along grassy fields.

Sandy Point State Park

Located on the northwestern shore of Chesapeake Bay, Sandy Point State Park is a peaceful place for hiking and bird watching. Its beautiful beach also offers a spectacular view of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.

St. Mary’s Church

St. Mary’s Church has graced Annapolis as the city’s main house of worship for Catholics since 1860. Constructed in 19th Century Gothic Revival style, St. Mary’s Church features a magnificent steeple and bell tower.

U.S. Naval Academy

Probably the most visited place in Annapolis, the U.S. Naval Academy’s beautiful campus is the training ground for future officers of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. Couples can take the free public walking tour and see the Midshipmen go about their day.

William Paca House & Garden

Maryland Governor William Paca constructed this gorgeous five-part Georgian mansion from 1763 to 1765. Its fascinating two-acre walled garden includes a two-story summer house. The property was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1971.

Red Hot & Blue Annapolis Highlights

Founded in 1988, Red Hot & Blue Annapolis is a full-service, casual-themed restaurant chain and caterer featuring delicious award-winning ribs, Memphis-style barbecue, smoked wings, and Southern sides and desserts.

The atmosphere is steeped in legendary and contemporary blues music and delivers a large dose of Southern hospitality in a fun and entertaining dining environment. Bring your friends and family to our warm and friendly Annapolis location today!