Maryland Residents Frequent Tour Program
Present your Maryland driver’s license for your first tour with us. You will be given a MD Membership card. Every time you return with one or more guests, your tour will be free!
IMPORTANT: Anyone 18 years of age or older must present a valid, unexpired government issued driver’s license or identification card and an additional acceptable form of identification such as an SSN card, student ID, birth certificate, or voter registration card. Original, unexpired passports will gain admittance in lieu of the previously stated ID forms AND is required for visitors who are NOT U.S. citizens.
Please click here for additional acceptable forms of identification.
Experience the Historic U.S. Naval Academy
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U.S. Naval Academy Tours
Tour the U.S. Naval Academy on foot or by electric car. See the Yard, learn about the midshipmen, and experience Navy history. Public, private, and group tours are available.
NABSD is cashless. Credit or debit cards are accepted throughout the Yard.
Only service animals are permitted in the Visitor Center, U.S. Naval Academy buildings, on tours, and in ceremonial areas. Please be respectful of the ceremonial areas, especially in front of Bancroft Hall. They are clearly marked with signs. Do not jog, cycle, or walk your pets in these areas.
Parking & Shuttles
Parking is available daily at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium located at 550 Taylor Ave, Annapolis, MD 21401. Shuttles run during most major events before, during, and after. There are also several parking garages in Downtown Annapolis, rideshare options, trolley, and shuttles. Only vehicles with U.S. Naval Academy IDs, DoD credentials, or handicapped tags may enter the grounds.
The U.S. Naval Academy boasts the oldest Navy Museum in the country.
U.S. Naval Academy Museum
Located in Preble Hall on the grounds of the U.S. Naval Academy, the museum offers two floors of exhibits about the history of seapower, the development of the U.S. Navy, and the role of the U.S. Naval Academy in producing officers capable of leading America’s Sailors and Marines.
Our displays combine historical artifacts with video and audio technology to bring to life the stories of the men and women who have served their country at sea. Whether you are a casual visitor, a student of naval history, or a member of the Brigade of Midshipmen, the Museum stands ready to make your visit a memorable one.
For more information, visit the U.S. Naval Academy Museum website.
U.S. Naval Academy Admissions briefings, lasting approximately one hour, are held at 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday, on the second deck of the Visitor Center, excluding all federal holidays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day.