James Brice House Hard Hat Tour

Mar 23 to Nov 16
From: 10:30 AM to 12:00 PM
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James Brice House Hard Hat Tour

Step inside the scaffolding at the James Brice House and discover preservation in progress both inside and out of this architectural gem! Take a first-hand look at new and unexpected findings on a Hard Hat tour. Follow the work of the highly-skilled craftspeople working on this restoration project of a lifetime and learn more about the history of this special house.

Reservations required.

Cost: $18 General Admission
 

A Few Precautions as the James Brice House is an Active Construction Area:

  • Hard hats will be provided and must be worn at all times.
  • Visitors must wear closed toed shoes—no sandals.  
  • Visitors under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a participating adult (on a 1:1 ratio).
  • This tour is not appropriate for children.
  • No baby carriers or strollers are allowed.
  • No dogs allowed.
  • The tour will be both indoors and outdoors. The house will have limited heat, so please dress appropriately for your own comfort.
  • There are no public restrooms available.
  • Please contact us if you have any mobility issues as parts of the tour may be difficult

This Event is Brought to You By Historic Annapolis, Inc.

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’s 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.