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Historic Houses in Maryland

Evergreen Museum and Library

Gilded Age mansion and Italian style garden. This mid-19th century mansion was home to Baltimore's Garrett family, king of the railroads.

Hammond-Harwood House

Originally built for the 25 year old tobacco planter Matthias Hammond in 1774. This Colonial home is open for tours and programs.

Homewood Museum

Palladian and Federal architecture home offers a look at life in the early 19th century.

Mother Seton House

Federal style home to Elizabeth Ann Seton first American born woman to be declared a Saint by the Roman Catholic Church.

Surratt House Museum

19th Century house provides infrmation on exhibits, events, research, museum details, history, and genealogy.

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