Homewood Museum

Circa 1801 historic house museum owned and operated by the Johns Hopkins University.
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Homewood, a National Historic Landmark, is one of the nation’s best-surviving examples of Federal-period Palladian architecture. Since its original occupancy in 1801, the house has been used as a private residence, a boys’ school, a university faculty club, an administration building, and a public museum. With each of its varied usages, Homewood has accumulated histories that speak to the development of the American republic, the city of Baltimore, and the Johns Hopkins University.