The Historic Annapolis Foundation's orientation center, located at the foot of Main Street, is a restored 1790s building that once housed a bakery. Exhibits here are designed to help visitors better understand the state capital's history, architecture, and culture. It's a great place to get oriented for a tour of Annapolis, the "museum without walls." The center rents four audio tours. One offers an overview of Annapolis history and architecture. The others focus on the Revolution, the Civil War, and African-American history.