Happy Star Spangled 200 from Carroll!


In celebration of the Star Spangled Bicentennial of the Battle of Baltimore, the Carroll Museums is proud to offer special admission Saturday, September 13th and Sunday, September 14th. 

Come tour the historic home of the man who made the War of 1812 worth fighting, Declaration of Independence signer Charles Carroll of Carrollton. 

Mansion Tours start on the hour from 12 to 3 pm. Shot Tower tours depart from the Mansion at 4 pm. 

Majestic Waterfowl: Art and Artifacts of the Chesapeake


The wildlife art of Paul Treadway comes to life as the Carroll Museums partners with the Decoy Museum of Havre de Grace. Historic, decorative, and working decoys will be on display in the Carroll Mansion Arts Gallery along with original drawings by wildlife artist Paul Treadway. Join us from 6 to 8 pm on Friday, September 5th for refreshments, an evening with the artist, and a chance to see the exhibition first.


Majestic Waterfowl will be on display from September 6 to October 26 on Saturdays and Sundays, 12-4 pm. The gallery is, as always, free and open to the public.


Where: Carroll Mansion
      800 E Lombard St. Baltimore, MD, 21202
When: 
Gallery On Display: Saturday, September 5th 2014 through Sunday, October 26th 2014, 12-4 pm
Opening Reception: Friday, September 5th, 6-8 pm

Cost: free

Mud Pies and Fireflies: Opening Night


In the final hours of daylight on a warm summer evening in the middle of July, six artists premiered stunning original works as the Carroll Museums' newest exhibition, Mud Pies and Fireflies, opened its doors for the first time. This ode to summer and youth saw friends, family, and members of the larger Baltimore community coming together to appreciate arts, childhood and a gorgeous night at the historic Carroll Mansion. Check out these images from the fabulous opening reception, featuring music by Miss Sara.

Mud Pies and Fireflies is on display at the Carroll Mansion until August 31st, with Gallery Hours Saturdays and Sundays 12-4 pm. This exhibition is free and open to the public. 


Click here to view and download all of the photographs from this event! Photography courtesy of Darin Hughes Photography.