Take a virtual tour of the William Brown House, the heart of the historic area at Historic London Town and Gardens. Now a National Historic Landmark, you can take a virtual tour of this building to learn more about the people who lived and worked there.
Historic London Town’s blog, “London Town From Anywhere” includes Tavern Tales, historic secrets, gardening tips, family fun activities, and other articles of interest.
Student can enjoy a Virtual School Tour. Historic London Town’s free educational videos cover topics in the history of Colonial Maryland.
Join Kat Spitzer from VisitAnnapolis, and her children, as she takes you on a tour of a historical militia reenactment, that happen regularly throughout the year.
Over three hundred years ago, the colonial tobacco port town of London was bustling with activity as ships carrying trade goods stopped at the site of an active ferry crossing… and then it all but disappeared. Discover the once “lost town” for yourself through William Brown House (c.1760), a National Historic Landmark, and reconstructed colonial buildings. Bring your family (and dogs) to also enjoy scenic river views, 10 acres of woodland and ornamental gardens and a Sound and Sensory Garden for kids. London Town has free parking and is pet friendly!
Historic London Town and Gardens reopens Friday, January 15 at 10am. Throughout the winter, London Town will be open Fridays and Saturdays, 10am – 4pm. Come and see our winter blooms, including our winter blooming camellias. Plan your visit here.
Closed to the public on Thanksgiving.
Address: 839 Londontown Rd
Edgewater, MD 21037
Telephone: (410) 222-1919
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