Monday, November 26, 2012



Mount Clare Museum House Presents


WHEN: Saturday, December 8, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM; Self-guided tours of the beautifully decorated mansion will be offered from 10 AM until  3 PM
Mount Clare Museum House, Carroll Park, 1500 Washington Blvd., Baltimore
ADMISSION: Special event admission $5 per person.
All proceeds support Mount Clare’s educational programs.

Free Parking

Step back 250 years into the colonial Georgian home of the Carroll family for a special event. Mount Clare will be decorated in 18th century style yuletide splendor and will surely put you in the holiday spirit! 

clip_image006The Monumental City Ancient Fife and Drum Corps will perform outside on the front steps from morning to early afternoon.  Inside, musicians, playing period style instruments, will regale you throughout the afternoon with holiday tunes of old.  Watch a food demonstration given by a costumed interpreter of an 18th century staple—the Maryland Beaten biscuit!  Fun for the whole family!

clip_image004Finish your holiday shopping at the Annual Holiday Greens and Gift Sale.   Fill your home with the aroma of fresh cut greens from assorted decorated wreaths, boxwood trees, unusual fresh holly assortment, and magnolia.  A wide assortment of gift items from around the world perfect for everybody on your list will be for sale in the Mount Clare gift shop! Beat the crowd and get first pick! Preview sale on Friday December 7th from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. There is ample free parking.


About Mount Clare Museum House

Minutes from the Inner Harbor, Centuries Away!  This National Historic Landmark is one of the finest examples of a Maryland Georgian country estate, built in 1760 by Charles Carroll, Barrister.  As Baltimore’s oldest house, Mount Clare sits majestically in historic Carroll Park in southwest Baltimore.  Original family furnishings depict the grand style of 18th century colonial living.  The mansion was preserved and furnished by the Maryland Society of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America and became Maryland’s first house museum in 1917.  The Mount Clare Stable was originally built as a stable for the Baltimore City Police Horses in 1910.  The space has been adapted for year round use and available as a rental space and education center.

The museum is open for guided tours on the hour, Thursday through Sunday beginning at 11 AM, last tour at 3 PM.   General Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors and $4 for students (2-12). 

B&O Railroad Museum members are free.  Free parking.

For more information, or group tour reservations, please call 410.837.3262,, or visit