Homewood
Museum

3400 North Charles Street

The Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD 21218

410.516.5589

homewoodmuseum@jhu.edu

About Homewood

A National Historic Landmark built in 1801 by Charles Carroll Jr. and one of the nation’s best-surviving examples of Federal-period architecture, Homewood Museum is renowned for its elegant proportions, fine workmanship, and extravagant details, including intricately carved woodwork, stylish faux finishes, and ornate plaster ceiling ornaments. Its collection of American decorative arts includes objects contemporary to or associated with the Carroll family, including superb examples of Baltimore furniture.

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