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Tagged With: House

Maryland State House

Field Trip: Maryland State House Location: State CircleAnnapolis, MD 21401 Contact: 410-974-3400 Grades: 2nd – High School Admission: FREE View Larger Map About the Museum: The Maryland State House was the first peacetime capitol of the United States and is the only state house ever to have served as the nation’s capitol. Tours are available … Continue reading »

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Star Spangled Banner Flag House

Field Trip: Star Spangled Banner Flag House Location: 844 E. Pratt St.Baltimore MD 21202 Contact: 410-837-1793 Grades: K and up View Larger Map About the Museum: Built in 1793, the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House was the home and place of business of Mary Pickersgill, maker of the flag that inspired Francis Scott Key’s famous poem … Continue reading »

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Hampton National Historic Site

Field Trip: Hampton National Historic Site Location: 535 Hampton LaneTowson MD 21286 Contact: 410-823-1309 Grades: 3rd and up View Larger Map About the Museum: Hampton National Historic Site, located in Towson, Maryland showcases Mid-Atlantic life from before the American Revolution to after World War II. The site commemorates major phases of American social, cultural, and … Continue reading »

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Charles Carroll House of Annapolis

Field Trip: Charles Carroll House of Annapolis Location: 107 Duke of Gloucester St Annapolis MD 21401 Contact: 410-269-1737 Grades: K + View Larger Map About the Museum: Celebrating three generations and an urban cultural landscape that spans over 300 years, the Carroll House is a restoration-in-progress. This site bears great historical significance to the state … Continue reading »

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