Tudor Hall

Learn about the history of the state of Maryland as you are in the City of Bel Air at Tudor Hall. This is a mid-nineteenth century Gothic Revival colonial home that features a painted brick body. The home is notable for how John Wilkes Booth lived here for a few years in the 1850s. The home was owned by the Booth family for years and today is being controlled by a preservation group dedicated to keeping it strong and visible for generations to home.

The house is used today as a prominent museum. This attraction in Bel Air, MD has a number of exhibits that highlight the extensive history of Maryland with a strong emphasis on its time before the Civil War. Various presentations and speeches from local historians are held here at the museum throughout much of the year here in Bel Air, Maryland.

Tour the house on Sundays from April to November. The tours are limited in terms of when they can be held as a means of ensuring that the building can be properly preserved and secured as needed. The general support for the building has helped to keep it sturdy and intact in its original form as well as possible.