Your visit to Mount Clare begins with an introductory video, and is followed by a guided tour of the entire house. Allow 45 to 60 minutes. Click here to view the video.
For a virtual tour of Mount Clare click here.
Tours are scheduled on the hour. The last tour begins at 3:00. Inclement weather policy: In the event of hazardous inclement weather, call 410-837-3262.
The first floor of Mount Clare is accessible, however the second floor can only be reached via our main staircase. We do not have an elevator in the historic house.
There are no public restrooms in the historic house. Restrooms are available in Carroll Park, and at the Mount Clare Stable for group tours.
Group tours are available, and make ideal outings for bus tours, retirement
communities, community and religious organizations, and those interested in
historic preservation, colonial history, African American history, fine art
and decorative arts enthusiasts, etc. Tours can also be combined with a
catered lunch at the Mount Clare Stable for an additional fee.
Student and scout tours are offered throughout the year. Please visit our
Education page for more information about our student programming including
tours, crafts, games and our traveling trunk, hands-on demonstration.
Groups should allow a minimum of 90 minutes for their visit to tour Mount
Clare. For more information or to make reservations for a group tour,
please contact us at 410-752-2490, ext. 209 or
Mile One Express Train Ride from the B&O Railroad Museum to Carroll Park
Visitors to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum can board the Mile One Express Train for a round-trip adventure to Mount Clare Museum House on weekends from April –January. Two Great Museums Linked Together by the Most Historic Rails in America for One Price! Duration of this tour including the round-trip train ride is approximately 2 1/2 hours with a maximum capacity of 30 people. Please visit
www.borail.org/mt-clare.aspx for more information.
Hotels and B&B's are located a short distance from Mount Clare. Please
for more information.
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