This historic home was labeled as a historic site in 1973. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the original owner of the home, was the first ... More
Mother Seton House
This historic home was labeled as a historic site in 1973. Elizabeth Ann Seton, the original owner of the home, was the first American-born woman to be canonized by the Catholic Church. She founded the first order of nuns in the United States in the 19th century and was also responsible for founding one of the nation's first parochial schools in Baltimore. The house was named a historical site after nine years of renovations starting in 1963. Furniture and artifacts from the 19th century are still displayed in the home, which is open to the public on weekends and by appointment.
This historic seaport rings the Baltimore harbor and includes attractions and sailing vessels that chronicle the city's 300 year maritime
past. You can explore this history by walking the streets of waterfront communities or the decks of famous ships. ...
The historic vessels and landmarks of this museum bring to life the history of American naval power. The US Coast
Guard Cutter Taney (surviving warship in Pearl Harbor), USS Torsk (fired last two torpedoes in World War II), the ...
Flourishing in its expanded and newly restored state, the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum is hosting record numbers of visitors
to its internationally renowned campus and collections. Through these collections and its historic buildings, it is the mission of ...