Repeats every month on the second Sunday until Sun Oct 09 2016 . July 10, 2016 - 12:00pm - 4:30pm
Join us for a tour of the colonial mansion of Horatio Sharpe, a provincial governor of Maryland. Built in 1764, the home was the residence of Governor Sharpe from 1764 until he was forced to leave Maryland at the start of the Revolution. After his departure, the home was purchased by John Ridout. It remained in the Ridout family for more than a century. Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to visit one of the most elegant mansions in the country.
Tours will run every half hour beginning at 12 pm and concluding with the last tour at 4:30 pm.
Cost: $20 General Admission