Visitors can learn what life was like for the “lower and middling sort” in early Maryland through an interactive experience with guides dressed in colonial attire and the opportunity to see and handle authentic and reproduction artifacts.
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Location
43 Pinkney Street
Annapolis, MD
21401
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  • Family-Friendly
  • Free Admission
Rated 5 by Amber M

May 04, 2024

Amber M

Informational

We meet a very nice volunteer who taught us about the home, jobs of the time, and daily life. My daughter enjoyed the experience. Thank you for the info and nice to meet these ladies.

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Rated 5 by Mary Y

October 14, 2023

Mary Y

A must visit stop!

Wonderful interpretation and overall great experience. Great way to learn about Annapolis! This is a perfect stop to include with the other historical opportunities in the city.

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Rated 5 by jennykD7744FV

January 31, 2023

jennykD7744FV

A charming stop on Pinkney Street

This is a small house - lovely and worth a visit when they are open. They do have limited hours and so you will want to check first. It's a nice visit after a visit to the Paca House and Gardens.

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