The campus is smaller than an average college campus, but its open to the public and has the most beautiful and historic buildings and grounds! The main building, McDowell, is open to the public and has a gorgeous great hall! You can go the admissions and ask them if you can tour the campus and they will help you out.
We took a one hour +/- walk around this campus enjoying the atmosphere of the college kids, the historical buildings, and the attractive grounds. We stopped in the bookstore which is rather small. The general experience was pleasant and we enjoyed our walk.
St. John's College is a great place to spend an hour walking around and taking in the interesting sights. It's America's third oldest college and is rich in history. They are very welcoming to visitors and it's fun to walk around the campus, watching the students come and go. And there are many cool things to check out, like: •... 更多
St. John's College is the third oldest school in the nation, with a curriculum centered on the great books. The beautiful campus is definitely worth a visit. The central building with the bell tower on top (McDowell) was built to be the governor's mansion, but was given to the college before it was completed. Several other buildings on campus were... 更多
Opened in 1696 it only costs about $60,000 a year to attend. A highly prestigious college in Maryland with a beautiful campus. Frances Scott Key went here. Worth a walk through when in town.
Attended a wedding at St. John's in both the chapel and the dining hall and it was a serene and gorgeous location. Tall ancient trees over spacious lawns stretching down the croquet field to the river, everything was well maintained and beautiful in this small college founded in 1793. Just an ideal spot and capped by fireworks at the Naval... 更多
I love to attend their Christmas musical concerts featuring music and musical instruments that go back to the 1300 - 1600's. They offer a lot of Gaelic, Irish, and European music from this time period and it is played on the musical instruments of that period. Really gets me and many others in the holiday spirit.
Many old buildings which a interesting to see. the campus has cobblestone walkways. They have had some local concerts that were fun to go to and are open to the public. Just amazing history has passed through here.
St. John's College has a program of reading and understanding the great books. It challenges students to think! It also has a lot of history and a vey fine auditorium where there are often free music and drama performances.
Thank goodness this college exists and thrives! Subscribe to the president's blog and you will know why. The campus is worth a quick tour - it is one of the nation's oldest colleges and a charming setting. It is within a two minute walk from downtown Annapolis.