Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage Tour

Times: From: 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM

Location: Historic Annapolis Foundation

Event Website: Visit Site

Apr 29
Apr 29
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Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage Tour

The Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage Comes to Annapolis!
Experence the rich architectural heritage of downtown Annapolis
Acton Hall, 1 South Acton Place, a beautiful in-town residence built in the early 1770s.  Walk the magnificent rooms to background music of the Annapolis Symphony musicians - emerge into spring time gardens that spill down the hill to the waters of Spa Creek - and imagine yourself part of high society in 1800 Annapolis!

201 Prince George Street, built around the turn of the 19th century and beautifully appointed with period antiques. Venture outdoors to a fabulous garden, beautifully secluded to provide a uniquely quiet respite.

The James Brice House, 42 East Street, built in 1767-1774 and rich in the architectural detail that made this period so special.  Tour the home with docents and savor what life was like here in the 1700's

Maryland State House
The General Assembly first met in the current State House in 1779, making it the oldest state capital in continuous legislative use.  It was here, while the State House served as the national capital, that Congress accepted George Washington's resignation as commander in chief of the American forces, and ratified the Treaty of Paris ending the American Revolution.  Don't miss the recently restored Old Senate Chamber!

This Event is Brought to You By Historic Annapolis Foundation

Since 1952, the non-profit Historic Annapolis has preserved the distinctive character of Maryland's capital city through public advocacy and guidelines, purchase and renovation, original research, and educational programs. Historic Annapolis manages historic properties including the Historic Annapolis Museum and Store, at the St. Clair Wright Center, William Paca House and Garden, Shiplap House, Waterfront Warehouse, and Hogshead. Historic Annapolis works to protect and promote Annapolis as a viable, living city that celebrates its heritage.

We further that heritage by . . .
 Preserving Annapolis’ architectural legacy. Researching and interpreting the city’s history. Helping people step into, enjoy, and learn from the past. Learn more about the foundation and our tours and attractions.