Historic Houses in Maryland in the Best of the Web Directory

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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