Homewood
Museum

3400 North Charles Street

The Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD 21218

410.516.5589

homewoodmuseum@jhu.edu

Homewood's Mission

Homewood Museum at Johns Hopkins University is making history relevant to today’s students and the public through courses, tours, exhibitions, teaching, and programs. The museum collects, preserves, and interprets architecture, fine and decorative arts, and artifacts that illuminate the history of the new nation and the lives of all the people who contributed to early Homewood and Baltimore.

Advisory Council
  • Eva L. Brill
  • Alexander Bushel
  • Camilla Carroll
  • Geraldine (Bean) Carroll
  • Henry E. Dugan Jr.
  • Beth Felder
  • Forbes Maner President
  • Tom McCracken
  • Libby Naylor
  • Gretchen Redden
  • Elin Gursky Rowley
  • James Ryan
  • Elaine Schelle
  • Romaine Sommerville
Honorary Members
  • Aurelia Bolton
  • Stiles Colwill
  • Babette Gutman
  • F. Ross Jones
  • Mary M. Meyer
  • W. Peter Pearre
  • Mary Pinkard
  • Mary-Carroll Potter
  • Walter Schamu
  • Susan Tripp
  • Vernon H. Carroll Wright