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Rodgers Tavern Museum

Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage

The Rodgers Tavern Museum is proud to be part the Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage in Cecil County, Maryland. Proceeds from ticket sales will benefit historic preservation projects in Perryville and Charlestown.

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Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage
Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage

Time & Location

May 04, 2024, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Rodgers Tavern Museum, 259 Broad St, Perryville, MD 21903, USA

About the Event

Tickets are on sale for the 2024 Pilgrimage!

And, Rodgers Tavern is on the tour for the first time in decades.  The tour gives visitors access to many historic sites and private gardens not usually open to the public.  A complete list of properties on the tour is available on the Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage website.  

Proceeds from the tour benefit historic preservation projects in Perryville and Charlestown.  Perryville will use funds to support funding a new 18th-century period authentic roof replacement for the Rodgers Tavern Museum.

Tickets:

Reduced-price advance-sale tickets are available on the MHGP website.

Same Day Tickets for the tour, including both Perryville and Charlestown are available for $45.00 (cash or check) and may be purchased and picked up ONLY at:

A limited number of in-person discounted tickets called Tour Bells are available for $35.00 (cash or check only) until April 21st at the Rodgers Tavern Museum (open Friday and Saturday, 10:30am-5:30pm).

Please note that the Rodgers Tavern Museum and private homes on this tour are not ADA accessible and we recommend care when walking on walks and lawns and along public roads.  Pilgrims assume responsibility for their own safety when driving, parking and walking on the tour.

ABOUT THE MARYLAND HOUSE AND GARDEN PILGRIMAGE

The Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with a history dedicated to the preservation of Maryland’s cultural and historically significant properties and landscapes.  Each year the “Pilgrims” have traversed throughout the state to partake in the highest quality immersive tours of selected noteworthy properties.  Not only do these tours provide an exclusive peek into these significant places of our shared history, but they provide the Pilgrim with opportunities to connect to these hallowed places and to walk where history occurred. In addition, it is through these tours that the MHGP has been able to donate hundreds of thousands of dollars directly to over 150 properties to aid in their long term preservation.  Visit their website at https://www.mhgp.org for more information.

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