In 1932, Annapolis High School’s Maryland Hall was built in the center of Annapolis. For 40+ years, the building has served as the region’s cultural hub in a location conveniently accessed by locals and visitors. With plentiful free parking and a location tucked inside the residential Murray Hill neighborhood in the Annapolis Arts District, visiting the Hall is easy and fun! For those who like to explore what’s nearby, MD Hall is about a 25 minute walk to City Dock in Downtown Annapolis. Or you can ride the free City Circulator from the nearby Westin.

Through our partnerships and mission to support the greater Arts community, we are the home of many thriving organizations. There is something to experience from the outside in at MD Hall.

Visiting Our Campus

Start your visit from the outside. Our campus is our canvas. Discover murals, a meditative Nature Sacred labyrinth, a free sharing library, picnic tables, and an analemmatic (human) sundial. Take a walk down behind Bates Middle School to Wheems Whalen Field and connect to the Spa Creek Trail.

Visiting for a Class

Prior to your first class, your Teaching Artist will send you a welcome email with any need-to-know information ahead of class. When you arrive for your class, please head straight to your classroom to check in and start creating!

Visiting for a Performance or Event

We recommend planning to arrive at least 30 minutes before show time, or 45 minutes if you have tickets at Will Call. The Cafe at Maryland Hall is typically open for performances through intermission selling light refreshments. For performances with bar service, the MD Hall Bar is typically open through intermission serving beer and wine. Pre-show emails are sent to ticketholders with any advance need-to-know information.

Visiting the Galleries

The Galleries at Maryland Hall are temporarily closed. Thank you for your patience as we plan the reopening of our Galleries. In the meantime, our exhibitions can be experienced digitally.

Visiting the Guest Services Center

The Guest Services Center is temporarily closed. Thank you for your patience as our staff continues to work remotely.

Visiting a Business or Resident Company

Please check with the business, Resident Company or partner organization you wish to visit for their hours and guest policies.

Covid-19 Policies & Updates

For your safety and ours, please review our current COVID-19 policies and updates.

Caroline Anderson, Ballet Theatre of Maryland. Photo by Hayley-Ann Vasco