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Monkton, Maryland
Botanical Garden, Culture, History, Historic House
Set in 22 acres of formal gardens. the Manor House at Ladew is filled with equestrian and hunting memorabilia, fine art and English antiques.
Rockville, Maryland
Laurel, Maryland
The Laurel Museum collects, preserves and displays objects, photographs, and archival material related to Laurel, Maryland. It is our intention to educate both local and non-local visitors about the history of the town of Laurel and the people, institutions and outside forces that formed the town.
Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
As the only museum named after a woman and the only civil rights museum in the state of Maryland, it serves as a repository of civil rights artifacts including documents, framed memorabilia and household furnishings. Prominent amongst these was a life-sized photo of Jackson with Rosa Parks just inside the building's entrance.
Bel Air, Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
Edgewater, Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
Church, Historical Society, Library
Museum is of early Methodist History in MD, the beginnings of Methodism. The library houses closed church original records and history of each church in our conference.
Lutherville, Maryland
Children's, Culture, History, Specialized
Built in the early 1900's, The Lutherville Colored School#24 was a grade school for "Colored" children until the 1950's. Still standing after 100 years, visitors can experience the mystique of this ol 'country schoolhouse sitting on an acre of land in beautiful Lutherville, MD
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