Annapolis, Maryland: Museum of unNatural History

A sideshow attraction at the Maryland Rennisance Festival -- pay a buck to see specimens of mythical creatures.

Address:
1821 Crownsville Rd, Annapolis, MD
Hours:
Varies. Weekends late Aug-Oct. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
Phone:
410-266-7304
Admission:
$1
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Unnatural wonders.

Museum of unNatural History

This is a minor side attraction at the Maryland Renaissance Festival. You pay $1 to go into the museum, and inside you see supposed "genuine" specimens of legendary creatures, including dragons, elves, and fairies. Really fun attraction!

[Nick Crawford, 01/11/2012]

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In the region:
Warner Walk of Fame, Washington, DC - 25 mi.

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