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Surratt House Museum

9118 Brandywine Road
301-868-1121

Mission

Surratt House Museum is dedicated to fostering an appreciation for the history and culture of 19th-century Maryland and Prince George's County with special emphasis on the crucial years from 1840 to 1865. It will seek to interpret the impact of this period on our national history as well as on the family of John and Mary Surratt who became entangled in the web of conspiracy surrounding the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. Continuing research in the field will be encouraged, and the museum will serve as an educational bridge between scholars, staff (both professional and volunteer) and guests as we seek to understand the times and the people of this era.



Reviews

marianne simonton

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Thursday, May 24, 2018
Staff is extremely knowledgeable and friendly. Easy access, wth plenty of parking. Well maintained and tour was very interesting. Admission price very reasonable and on Sunday I went admission for seniors was free.

Jazmine Sessoms

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Friday, Feb. 9, 2018
I took my kids (12F, 9F, and 9 month M). We had a great time. My father lives less than a mile away, so I decided we should visit. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. My family was the only group on the tour at the time and the guide kept it entertaining and informative. He answered all of our questions. If you like to learn about American history, this would be a great stop.

Jeanne Ghrist

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Wednesday, May 30, 2018
If you don't already know the entire story, then don't visit. Not much information given. A 'few' nice touches, but, no really worth the time to visit.

David Washington

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Wednesday, June 6, 2018
This was a nice stop. Learned some history and the tour guide was very nice and interactive with the group.

Mary Slater

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Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017
I’m a rehab therapist and I took a group of folks there today with disabilities and they did a great job accommodating us. The guide kept us entertained , the management treated us like friends and the house was decorated with great detail true to it’s history. I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a professional tour tucked in an easy to get to location. I left wanting to know more about local history with books in hand. A gem!

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