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The Circuit Court for Anne Arundel County is located on Church Circle in the Historic District of downtown Annapolis, Maryland.  Directions from various locations a listed below.

PARKING:

The City of Annapolis has initiated a new FREE Circulator Trolley that quickly and efficiently moves individuals from the City’s four parking garages around the Central Business District, Westgate Circle to Memorial Circle, allowing the public to enjoy the unique shops, the food and entertainment, the historic charm and maritime attractions.  Parking garages on the route are:

• Noah Hillman Parking Garage – 150 Gorman Street
• Gotts Court Parking Garage – 25 Northwest Street
• Knighton Parking Garage – 1A Colonial Avenue
• Park Place - 5 Park Place

How does the Circulator Trolley work? Park in Park Place and Knighton garages for $10 a day, Gott’s for $16 a day or Hillman for $20 a day and get on the Circulator Trolley outside the garages to ride around the Central Business District all day at no additional cost. If you don't see a trolley as soon as you park don't worry, the trolleys runs every ten minutes.

The Circulator also makes these convenient stops along its route:
• Lafayette and West Street
• Church Circle at South Street (Courthouse Stop)
• Annapolis City Hall
• Annapolis City Dock
• Church Circle near Main Street.

Click here to go to the City of Annapolis Circulator Trolley information page

Click here for a map of downtown Annapolis

Click here for a Map of downtown Annapolis Parking Garages & Lots

If you are serving on Jury Duty, please click here for specific parking and other Juror instructions.

The Gott's Court Garage is located near the Annapolis Visitors Center - the entrance is on the left off of Calvert Street.  There is also the Hillman Garage on Duke of Gloucester Street, but because of offices and retail stores in that area, this garage fills up faster.

The Court recommends that you use our alternate parking location at the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.  Circuit Court parking is available on the Blue Side of the Stadium.  You MUST enter/exit through Gate #5 on Taylor Avenue (do not use Gate #7, this entry is for District Court parking).  There are two City of Annapolis buses (State Shuttle and Navy Blue) that provide FREE shuttle service to downtown Annapolis, including a stop immediately in front of the Circuit Courthouse.  Shuttle buses pick-up and drop-off at the two Stadium bus shelters location in the Blue parking lot. Click here to view a map of the Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium parking plan which illustrates where Gate #5 is located on Taylor Avenue and where shuttle bus shelters are located. There is a $5/day fee for parking at the Stadium.

Click here for the City of Annapolis Shuttle schedules/routes found on the City's web site on the "Transportation/Parking in Annapolis" link.


DIRECTIONS:

From Baltimore: Get on I-695 East towards Key Bridge/Glen Burnie.  Get off at exit for I-97 South towards Annapolis.  Watch for signs for Rt. 50 and merge left onto Rt. 50 East.  Take exit for Rt. 70 Rowe Boulevard and stay to the right as road forks after exit ramp.   Continue straight on Rowe Blvd. and take bear right at intersection with Bladen Street and then bear left onto Northwest Street.  Take Northwest Street up to Church Circle and proceed right into circle.  The courthouse will be on the right between Franklin and South Streets.  Approximate distance from Baltimore: 30 miles.   Approximate travel time: 45 minutes.

From the Eastern Shore of Maryland & Delaware: Take Rt. 301 South to merge with Rt. 50 West towards Bay Bridge.  Once over the Bay Bridge stay on Rt. 50 until you get into the Annapolis area.  Take exit for Rt. 70 Rowe Boulevard. Continue straight on Rowe Blvd. and take bear right at intersection with Bladen Street and then bear left onto Northwest Street.  Take Northwest Street up to Church Circle and proceed right into circle.  The courthouse will be on the right between Franklin and South Streets.  Approximate distance from Easton, Maryland: 42 miles.

Approximate travel time from Easton, Maryland: 65 minutes.

From Western Maryland: Take I-270 South towards Washington, D.C.   I-270 South will become the Capital Beltway.  Proceed on Beltway to exit for Rt. 50 East.  Continue on Rt. 50 East and take exit for Rt. 70 Rowe Boulevard and stay to the right as road forks after exit ramp.  Continue straight on Rowe Blvd. and take bear right at intersection with Bladen Street and then bear left onto Northwest Street.  Take Northwest Street up to Church Circle and proceed right into circle.   The courthouse will be on the right between Franklin and South Streets.   Approximate distance from Frederick, Maryland: 72 miles.

Approximate travel time: 1 hour and 45 minutes.

From South County/Prince Frederick areas: Take US Rt. 301 North towards Baltimore and look for US Rt. 50/US Rt. 301 towards Washington/Annapolis.   Stay to the right and merge onto Rt. 50 East towards Annapolis.  Continue on Rt. 50 East and take exit for Rt. 70 Rowe Boulevard and stay to the right as road forks after exit ramp.  Continue straight on Rowe Blvd. and take bear right at intersection with Bladen Street and then bear left onto Northwest Street.  Take Northwest Street up to Church Circle and proceed right into circle.  The courthouse will be on the right between Franklin and South Streets.  Approximate distance from Prince Frederick, Maryland: 45 miles.

Approximate travel time: 1 hour and 15 minutes.

 
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