Street Address
The Johns Hopkins University
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
Mailing Address
The Johns Hopkins University
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218
phone: 410-516-5589
Open by guided tour only
Tuesday - Friday11 AM - 4 PM
Sunday, Saturday12 PM - 4 PM
Tours offered on the hour and half hour. Last tour departs at 3:30 p.m.
Free for members, Johns Hopkins faculty, staff and JHU students (with valid ID)
Adults: $8
Seniors (65 plus): $7
Members: free
Students (): $5
Youth (6-18): $5
Children under 5: Free
AAA Members: $7
Johns Hopkins alumni and retirees : $5
Gift Shop
Special Event Rental
Group Tours
Catherine Rogers Arthur, Director and Curator
phone: 410-516-5589
Sarah Sellers, Visitor Services Coordinator
phone: 410-516-5589
Judith Proffitt, Membership and Programs Coordinator
phone: 410-516-5589
Elizabeth Schroeder, Associate Director for Development
phone: 410-516-6710
Heather Egan Stalfort, Associate Director of Communications and Marketing
phone: 410-516-8329


Located on the campus of the Johns Hopkins University, Homewood is one of the nation's best surviving examples of Federal period architecture, a National Historic Landmark, and the source for the campus's architectural vocabulary and name. Restored and opened to the museum in 1987, Homewood provides a year-round calendar of tours, exhibitions, concerts, and educational programs.

Artifacts Collections

Architecture (Palladian and Federal), silver, Baltimore furniture, American history. Homewood offers visitors the chance to explore diverse interests in tremendous depth and provides an intimate look at life in early-19th-century Baltimore.

Educational Programs

Homewood Museum provides a year-round calendar of events, including special house tours, concerts, lectures, exhibitions, and docent training.


Access: Students, Scholars

Appointment required: Yes


The Museum publishes a bi-annual newsletter, and an annual report.

  • At Homewood


Every effort is made to accommodate visitors with special needs. Because of the historic period and age of Homewood Museum, access may require assistance as stairs must be negotiated in order to tour the house. To make the most of your visit, we welcome and encourage any people with disabilities to contact us prior to your visit so that we may better accommodate you. For more information, call 410.516.5589 during regular business hours.


Interested in renting Homewood?

The Wine Cellar at Homewood Museum may be rented for private events for up to 50 people. For more information about private event rentals at Homewood Museum, please e-mail The Private Events Office at


Homewood’s Museum Shop offers a variety of gifts and books reflecting the history of Homewood, the Carroll family, and life in early Baltimore. Many recent regional titles from the JHU Press are featured in the shop and an annual JHU Press event at Homewood extends a special 25% discount on press titles to Homewood members.

Decorative accessories, estate items, and reproductions relating to Homewood and other museum collections make the shop a perfect place to find unusual gifts or mementos of your visit. Jewelry selections range from costume to fine, including selected estate jewelry, a line of freshwater pearls and semi-precious stones, and interesting and beautiful rings, pendants, earrings, bracelets and cuff links made from blue and white Chinese export porcelain set in sterling silver.

Gift Shop

Special Event Rental

Group Tours