Upcoming Special Events At Homewood
  • Apr 29
    The Carrolls & Colonial Annapolis Day Trip
    April 29, 2019  |  8:30 AM5:30 PM


    Location: Homewood Museum Price: $65 for JHU Museums Members; $75 General Admission Purchase Tickets

    Please register at homewoodmuseum.eventbrite.com or by calling Homewood Museum: 410.516.5589.

    Join Homewood Museum's director and curator Julie Rose and assistant curator Michelle Fitzgerald as they explore the Carroll family's roots in Colonial Annapolis.

    The day will start with a visit to the Maryland State House, the oldest U.S. state capitol in continuous legislative use and where Charles Carroll of Carrollton—an eventual signer of the Declaration of Independence—served in the state Senate from 1781 to 1800.

    After the State House, attendees will walk one block to Treaty of Paris restaurant for a buffet lunch of Chesapeake favorites.

    Next will be a tour of the Charles Carroll House and Gardens of Annapolis, where Charles Carroll of Carrollton was born and lived, and where his son, Charles Carroll of Homewood, is buried. This house is also the likely birth site of William Ross, an enslaved waiting man who attended to Charles Carroll of Homewood. The day will conclude with a tour and tea of Brown's Tavern at Historic London Town & Gardens, a circa 1760s tavern at the center of a once-bustling Colonial tobacco port on the banks of the South River.

    The price includes round-trip transportation, admission, and lunch.

    The bus will depart promptly from Evergreen Museum & Library at 8:30 a.m. and return by 5:30 p.m. (traffic may affect these times). Attendees are encouraged to wear comfortable shoes as walking will be required.

  • May 30
    23rd Annual Evening of Traditional Beverages: Maryland Rum
    May 30, 2019  |  6:00 PM8:00 PM
    Location: Mudd Hall Atrium, located just steps away from Homewood Museum Price: $40 members; $50 non-members Purchase Tickets

    Must be 21 or over. Tickets are limited and may be purchased online through Eventbrite or by calling 410-516-5589.

    Join Homewood Museum at the Johns Hopkins University for the 23rd Annual Evening of Traditional Beverages! This year’s event celebrates Maryland rum with tastings from five local distilleries, hearty snacks by Woodberry Kitchen, live calypso music, and special remarks by historian Kyle Dalton. Tropical-chic dress encouraged.



    SPONSORS: Woodberry Kitchen // Tom McCracken Consulting LLC // Wagner Roofing Company // Lewis Contractors // Ziger/Snead Architects // Quinn Evans Architects 

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