Mount Clare Museum House, 1760
1500 Washington Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21230
January 1 - April 30, Saturday & Sunday, 11:00 - 4:00 PM
May 1 - December 31, Thursday - Sunday, 11:00 - 4:00 PM
Call to arrange tours of the house or to reserve the Mount Clare stable.
Phone: (410) 837-3262
Fax: (410) 837-0251
AboutMount Clare is a 1760 colonial Georgian home built by one of Maryland’s leading patriots and first state senators, Charles Carroll, Barrister. Mount Clare was the center of Georgia Plantation, a self-sufficient plantation with a diverse community. The Maryland Society has been the steward of Mount Clare since 1917, and owns the museum's collection of nearly 3,000 objects from the 18th and 19th century, a majority of which are on display.
National Historic Landmark 1971
DirectionsMount Clare Museum House is located in historic Carroll Park on Washington Blvd. in Southwest Baltimore. Enter the park, follow the driveway up to the house and park in front of the mansion or in the nearby lot. Parking is free.
From the Inner Harbor: Go west on Lombard Street. Turn LEFT onto Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Go two blocks, turn RIGHT onto Washington Blvd. Go approximately 3/4 of a mile and turn RIGHT into Carroll Park. From I-95 North (coming from Columbia/Laurel areas): Take exit 51, marked Washington Boulevard. Turn LEFT at the bottom of the exit ramp onto Washington Boulevard. Go approximately 1/4 mile, continuing through the light at Monroe Street. Proceed 1/2 block then turn LEFT into Carroll Park.