- 1500 Washington Boulevard
- Carroll Park
- Baltimore, MD 21230
- (P) 410-837-3262
- (F) 410-837-0251
Mount Clare was the 18th century summer home of Charles Carroll Barrister and his wife Margaret Tilghman Carroll. Mount Clare Museum House, once again filled with Carroll furnishings, offers today’s visitors to Baltimore’s oldest residence a unique look at Maryland’s colonial past through the eyes of the Carroll family.
Open Tuesday – Sunday all year, 11 am – 4 pm
Guided tours are given on the hour. Last tour begins at 3 pm.
The Mount Clare Stable is available for rent. The century-old Stable is ideal for business meetings, office parties, small receptions, and other intimate functions. It features a meeting room, dining room, large enclosed courtyard, and two kitchens. It is located in Carroll Park at Washington Boulevard and Monroe Streets.
Mount Clare Museum House offers special programs for school, scout and other youth groups. Programs are designed to supplement the current Maryland and American history curriculum in elementary schools. Programs can be tailored to include tours of Mount Clare, hands-on colonial crafts, and children’s games. Lunchroom facilities are available inside or groups can picnic in Carroll Park.
Parking is free in Carroll Park.
Seniors (62 and up): $5.00
Students (6-18): $4.00
Children (5 and under) are free
*For groups of 15 or more
Adult groups: $5.00
Senior groups: $4.00
Student groups: $3.00