This historic plantation is well worth a visit. Check the website, and plan to attend a house tour if you can. On the roughly 50 minute tour, the guide discussed not only the home, but the family and slaves who lived there, plantation life, and...更多
For any history buff this is a must see! In 1993 this historic property was turned over to a historic foundation and since then they are trying so hard to restore the property and bring it to life.
As a non-profit in this part of...更多
No tour available but we just followed the map and found our way around. The mansion was closed but the grounds were still great to walk around and check out. Not too busy; the only people were volunteers working in the garden.
We stopped in the middle of the week , so not busy. We had a very knowledgable young man take us on the house tour. Not only is this like a small scale Mt Vernon, the original owner was friends with Washington. If you are...更多
The plantation is not what it used to be. It is in serious needs of repair and should have better staff. There were no signs to find the wedding area, there was not enough fans in the barn where the reception was so it was...更多
This is a very nicely maintained historical site with beautiful grounds and excellent signage. It does a great job of tracing the history of the plantation and the slave trade that permeated the history of this part of Maryland. The price is reasonable for the...更多