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Three mid-Atlantic capitols

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Would like feedback on three potential mid-Atlantic capitol trips of 1 or 2 day duration, especially on anything that shouldn't be omitted but isn't on the lists below.

Harrisburg, PA (day trip)
-State Capitol tour
-State Museum of Pennsylvania
-Civil War Museum

Dover, DE (bus connections are bad, 2 days as a result)
---one day
-Biggs Museum
-Museum of Small Town Life
-Johnson Victrola Museum
(note: Archaeological Museum is closed indefinitely due to building damage)
---another day
-State Capitol tour
-State House Museum
-Delaware Agricultural Museum

Annapolis, MD (2 days)
---one day
-US Naval Academy tour
-Banneker-Douglass Museum
-Hammond Harwood House
-Chase-Lloyd House
-History Quest
-(after 5 PM) Annapolis Maritime Museum (inside currently closed, outside attractions only)
---another day
-State Capitol tour
-St. John's College walk-through
-William Paca House and Gardens
-Charles Carroll House
-self-guided wander of historic downtown

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