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Business Description
Mount Clare is 1760 colonial Georgian home built by one of Maryland's leading patriots and one of our first state senators, Charles Carroll, Barrister.The museum has one of the finest privately owned decorative arts collections in the country, most of which belonged to the Carroll Family.It is renowned amongst scholars and collectors alike.The Collection consists of English and Chinese export objects as well as many regional object and furnishings from Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania.
Hours

Regular Hours

New Year's Day

2017/01/01Closed

Independence Day observed

2015/07/03Closed

Memorial Day

2017/05/29Closed

Summer Hours (2015/05/01 - 2015/12/31)

Fri - Sun11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Thanksgiving Day

2017/11/23Closed

Labor Day

2017/09/04Closed

Independence Day

2017/07/04Closed

Christmas Day

2017/12/25Closed

Winter Hours (2015/01/01 - 2015/04/30)

Sat - Sun11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
Located in historic Carroll Park in Southwest Baltimore. It sits on top of the highest point in the park.
Neighborhoods
Southern Baltimore, Carroll Park
Amenities
Train, Library, Courtyard, South Wing, North Wing
AKA

Mt Clare Museum House

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Categories
Museums, Historical Places, Places Of Interest, Tourist Information & Attractions, Educational Services, Meeting & Event Planning Services
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Parking: Lot

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CherylT

06/15/2010

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Jewel of Baltimore

People who visit Baltimore and think it's all about the Inner Harbor should visit this historic mansion. Dating back to before the Revolutionary War, it's like a little bit of Colonial Williamsburg in Baltimore's backyard. For something out of the ordinary, they also host private gatherings. Check out their website for more information.

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