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Mark Maleski
April 27, 2024
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Established over a period of 1801 to 1807, Riversdale House Museum was built by Henri Stier and its construction was further taken up by his daughter Rosalie Calvert and her husband.

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Mark Maleski
April 27, 2024
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This is a living history and archelogy museum which displays exhibits across the St. Mary’s area. 

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Mark Maleski
September 25, 2022
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Journey through Maryland history across 23,000 square feet of gallery space. Our thought-provoking exhibitions bring history to life using objects, artwork, and documents that engage visitors in the stories of events and people who have shaped Maryland and America over time.

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Mark Maleski
April 27, 2024
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Homewood Museum

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A National Historic Landmark, Homewood is one of the best-surviving examples of Federal-period Palladian architecture in the nation. 

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Mark Maleski
April 27, 2024
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The Baltimore Museum of Art connects art to Baltimore and Baltimore to the world, embodying a commitment to artistic excellence and social equity in every decision from art presentation, interpretation, and collecting, to the composition of our Board of Trustees, staff, and volunteers—creating a museum welcoming to all.

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Mark Maleski
April 27, 2024
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Historic London Town and Gardens is a twenty-three acre park featuring history, archaeology, and horticulture on the South River in Edgewater, Maryland (just south of Annapolis). 

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Mark Maleski
April 27, 2024
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The Maryland State House is the oldest state capitol in continuous legislative use and is the only state house ever to have served as the nation's capitol.
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Mark Maleski
April 27, 2024
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The James Brice House is one of the largest and most elegant of Annapolis's historic homes, and one of the most important surviving structures from colonial America.  

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Mark Maleski
January 18, 2023
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Mark Maleski
September 25, 2022
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This five-part Georgian mansion was built in the 1760s by William Paca, one of Maryland’s four Signers of the Declaration of Independence and the state’s third Governor.

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Joe Kunzman
September 25, 2022
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'The Jewel of Annapolis', construction of the house began in 1774, following an Anglo-Palladian design provided by the renowned architect William Buckland. 

A highlight of the decorative arts collection is items created by well-known Annapolis cabinetmaker John Shaw, as well as some of the finest 18th-century furniture to be found in Maryland.

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