The Treaty of Paris Center
Focusing on the History of Annapolis Between the Revolution and the Constitution, 1783-87
The new Treaty of Paris Center at the Maryland Inn is open from 11:00am - 3:30pm on the first Saturday of each month, focusing on the important events that took place in Annapolis during the 1783-87 Treaty of Paris Period—the time between the end of the Revolutionary War and the Constitutional Convention—when Congress was here, George Washington retired from the Army, the Treaty of Paris was ratified, Thomas Jefferson was appointed to France, and James Madison and Alexander Hamilton led the 1786 Annapolis Convention’s call for a new Constitution. We bring these moments to life through reenactments, lectures, films, exhibits, walking tours and souvenirs.
Date & Time
Feb 07, 2015 through Dec 06, 2015
11:00AM - 3:30PM