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2017 EVENTS
 
 

Grounds and Architecture Walking Tour
Saturday, September 16
  12:00 pm and 2 pm

Come learn about the history and changes to Mount Clare’s architecture and grounds! See where Margaret’s terraced gardens were and the last remains of Baltimore’s colonial road. Learn about the changing outward appearance of the house and much more! Take this guided walking tour separately or in conjunction with an interior tour. Weather permitting. 

Admission:

Walking Tour only: $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and students, $3 for children

House and Walking Tour: $12 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, $8 for children

Free for members


 Poor Richard's Friday
Friday, October 6

Visitors of Mount Clare Museum House receive half-off admission the first Friday of the month. See Maryland’s first house museum and the oldest and finest example of colonial Georgian architecture in the city.


 Mount Clare in Mourning
Friday, October 6 through Sunday, October 29

Special for the month of October, Mount Clare will focus on death in early America. Tours will include a discussion of beliefs and rituals surrounding death, dying, and mourning with a recreated 18th century funeral scene. 

All included with regular admission. 

 

  Death and Mourning Rituals
Saturday, October 7

See Mount Clare redecorated, depicting an eighteenth century funeral scene! On October 7, take a special tour highlighting death and mourning rituals in eighteenth  and early nineteenth century America, including English, Irish, and African rituals and beliefs. 

Tours begin on the hour. Tours are limited to 25 visitors—first come first serve. 

 Regular admission rates apply.


Grounds and Architecture Walking Tour
Saturday, October 14
  12:00 pm and 2 pm

Come learn about the history and changes to Mount Clare’s architecture and grounds! See where Margaret’s terraced gardens were and the last remains of Baltimore’s colonial road. Learn about the changing outward appearance of the house and much more! Take this guided walking tour separately or in conjunction with an interior tour. Weather permitting. 

Admission:

Walking Tour only: $5 for adults, $4 for seniors and students, $3 for children

House and Walking Tour: $12 for adults, $10 for students and seniors, $8 for children

Free for members


Magical Mount Clare Adventure
Saturday, October 28 and Sunday, October 29

A family friendly event! For the first time, Mount Clare is partnering with the B&O Railroad Museum's Witches and Wizards event! Children, and kid-at-heart adults are welcome to come in costume for self-guided tours at Mount Clare. Tour the mysteries of an 18th century mansion and enjoy a fun archeological adventure, in which you will uncover magical relics long thought to be lost.  Train rides from the B&O Railroad Museum to Mount Clare will be available Saturday, October 28 at 11:30.

Admission:  $5.00 per person, free for members, $4 at the B&O Railroad Museum (includes 11:30 train ride and admission), 


 Poor Richard's Friday
Friday, November 3

Visitors of Mount Clare Museum House receive half-off admission the first Friday of the month. See Maryland’s first house museum and the oldest and finest example of colonial Georgian architecture in the city.


 Closed
Saturday, November 4

Due to a private event, Mount Clare Museum House will be closed all day, Saturday, November 4.


Traditional Crafts:  Historic Delights Jewelry
Saturday, November 18

Based in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, Historic Delights brings eighteenth-century jewelry to the twenty-first century.  From authentic eighteenth-century design to contemporary accessories, jeweler Janice offers a wide selection of ready-made earrings, necklaces, rings, and more in addition to making one-of-a-kind pieces to match the wearer’s eyes, clothing, or complexion.  Come learn about historical jewelry, materials and processes used to make it, and purchase pieces to give your style historical flair!  Located in the Mount Clare kitchen.  No admission necessary.  Visitors who purchase jewelry will receive a $ 2 discount on a house tour.


Poor Richard's Friday
Friday, December 1

Visitors of Mount Clare Museum House receive half-off admission the first Friday of the month. See Maryland’s first house museum and the oldest and finest example of colonial Georgian architecture in the city.


A Carroll's Christmas
Friday, November 17 through Sunday, December 31

Escape the hustle and bustle of the holiday season and experience a colonial American Christmas with the Carroll family at Mount Clare Museum House. See Mount Clare decorated for the winter holiday in the spirit of 18th and 19th century style with greens and dried plant materials accented with fruits, nuts, feathers, and pine cones. A visual delight—all included with paid admission!


Colonial Christmas Celebration at Mount Clare
Saturday, December 2

Experience the holidays of years past at Mount Clare Museum House’s annual winter celebration. Special programs include self-guided tours, live musical performances and a demonstration. Purchase your fresh cut greens in the forecourt for holiday decorating.  Looking for the perfect gift? The museum store is filled with merchandise to satisfy your holiday shopping list.  Fun for the whole family! Members free; non-members, $5.00 per person.

Admission: free for members, $5.00 for non-members

 
** ALL PROGRAM SCHEDULES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. **
Programs added throughout the year, please check back!
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