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Rose Hill Manor Park & Museums

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Good place for the little ones to see the past

When my three girls were small, I took them to Rose Hill on more than one occasion. It is such an... read more

Reviewed 28 July 2012
Pamela H
Urbana, Maryland, United States
A Real Plantation in Frederick

We visited twice, last year and year before and both times it was an interesting and educational... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2012
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Rose Hill Manor Park & Museums provides visitors with the opportunity to explore life in 18th & 19th century America. The 1790s Manor House was the retirement home of Maryland's first elected goernor, Thomas Johnson. In addition to the Manor House...more
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1611 N Market St, Frederick, MD 21701-4304
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Reviewed 28 July 2012

When my three girls were small, I took them to Rose Hill on more than one occasion. It is such an accurate representation of how homes were lived in, how food was cooked, etc. It really opens their eyes to the past.

1  Thank Pamela H
Reviewed 27 June 2012

We visited twice, last year and year before and both times it was an interesting and educational experience. The house and gardens, as well as outbuildings are open to the public and there are costumed docents who conduct the tours. The price is right, at...More

Date of experience: July 2011
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Reviewed 24 June 2012

This is a great place to spend time, especially when there are special events and programs for families.

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Reviewed 9 February 2012

When I first saw the dacility I thought the grandkids (ages 10 and 8) would be bored. But they really enjoyed themselves for about 2 hours.hey were fascinated to see how children lived generations ago. The staff were exceptional. Theuir enthusiasn and interest was a...More

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Reviewed 20 January 2012

This is a terrific place. Historical, peaceful, just lovely

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Response from JohnnyBlaze007 | Reviewed this property |
Rose Hill Manor was the home of the first Governor of Maryland, Thomas Johnson. The home was built in the late 1700s. Its now a museum which has tours which show how things were done in that time period, as well as others... More
Lidia S
9 April 2015|
Response from katerihusky |
We really don't know why it is named Rose Hill Manor After squatting on the property Hans Peter Hoffman went to Annapolis in 1746 to purchase the 225 acres. The original name of the property was Rose Garden and Governor... More