Carroll Mansion

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About Us

The Carroll Mansion was the home of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the last surviving signer of the Declaration of Independence. Through the years, the mansion also served as a saloon, tenement apartment for German and Russian immigrants, Baltimore City’s first vocational school, and a recreation center that operated during the Great Depression and World War II. Tours of the Carroll Mansion explore all aspects of the building’s history and the diverse lives of the people who lived, worked or played here.

Hours

Saturday and Sunday 12 pm – 4 pm; last tour at 3 pm

Also by appointment.

Groups

Reservations required for groups of 10 or more. Group rates available.

Tours

Standard guided tour appropriate for all ages and walk-in visitors.

Group tours can be tailored to fit your itinerary. School programs also available.

Parking

Free street parking for museum visitors.

Accessibility

First floor of the mansion is wheelchair accessible.

Admission prices

Adults: $5.00

Seniors (65 and over): $4.00

Children and students: $4.00