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Interesting piece of history

The tour guides seemed very knowledgeable and interested ion the subject matter. It's well worth... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Mark B
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State College, Pennsylvania
Interactive history

This little house is so cool! It's only open on the weekends, but you can go inside and see how a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
CarrieRyuko
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Baltimore, Maryland
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Reviewed 6 days ago

The tour guides seemed very knowledgeable and interested ion the subject matter. It's well worth your time to stop here when you find yourself in Annapolis MD.

Thank Mark B
Reviewed 1 week ago

This little house is so cool! It's only open on the weekends, but you can go inside and see how a typical Annapolis house looked like in the colonial era. Whenever I've gone, there was a reenactor dressed up as a fur trader. He was...More

Thank CarrieRyuko
Reviewed June 3, 2018

Saturday and Sunday only. Very interesting. If not able to see when open still a nice stroll down the street. Pretty row houses.

Thank IllinoisKate1
Reviewed February 21, 2018

One of the quaint side streets of Historic Annapolis, just off the waterfront. Cute row houses with cobblestone walks. Great for a spring day stroll or part of a guided tour

Thank Kraig M
Reviewed December 17, 2017 via mobile

They gave us wristbands at the Paca House and encouraged us to go to Hogshead, which was very nearby and worth the stop. It's not very big but it was interesting to see this house from 1810. They had some small snacks and drinks available...More

1  Thank maxpaste
Reviewed November 8, 2017

While the grand homes represent one side of life in old Annapolis, this represents the other. Also very interesting.

Thank LibbyMY
Reviewed October 21, 2017

This is definitely a super cute, quaint road to walk down. Beware that cars do drive down the road, so be sure to stay on the sidewalks. The little museum is very minimal and best for folks with younger kids or for those who have...More

1  Thank goldenparadox
Reviewed August 19, 2017

See how the other half lives! Hogsheads was a place where indentured servants and dock workers came to crash when they were in town. On weekends, history enthusiasts dress up in Colonial garb and lead you into a little room where you sit on a...More

3  Thank agecea
Reviewed May 21, 2017

Enthusiastic ladies dressed in period costumes provided us with detailed descriptions of life in colonial times. We were enthralled and learned so much about practical items such as how to lessen the stench of colonial life; how the indentured servants dressed and why, what tools...More

2  Thank kpt2015
Reviewed January 12, 2017

take in the history with Annapolis, look at the houses and the lay outs. enjoy what this city has to offer, take a tour with a company or a private tour.

1  Thank Kara D
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