Photos courtesy of Bob Peterson Photography, Joyce Boghosian, and Tony Dove
Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage
Anne Arundel County Tour benefiting London Town
Saturday, April 28, 2018, 10am - 5pm
UPDATE: Unfortunately, the Dove Gardens will not be part of the Pilgrimage this year, due to devastation from recent winter storms. We apologize for the inconvenience and wish the Doves the best in revitalizing their gardens. There are still 8 truly remarkable sites to enjoy, and we hope you will still join us for this amazing experience!
Explore eight beautiful houses, gardens, and sites in this self-driving tour through Anne Arundel County as part of the Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage. Tour buses are also welcome!
Proceeds from the Anne Arundel County tour will support efforts at Historic London Town and Gardens to enhance the gardens' entryway for visitors.
Tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the door of any of the 8 sites. Cash and check only at the door. If you purchase a ticket in advance, you can start at any of the sites. Each site has a ticket station up front.
Questions about the tour bells or the Anne Arundel County tour? Contact Lauren Silberman, deputy director, at email@example.com or 410-222-1919 x205.
For the Anne Arundel County tour, a boxed or seated lunch will be available at the Galesville Community Center (Site #5). Advance reservations are recommended: Gertrude Makell at (410) 703-0610 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sites on Tour
Below is a preview of the eight properties included on the Anne Arundel County tour. #4 is skipped as it was the Dove Gardens, which were devastated by recent winter storms and can no longer participate.
Historic London Town & Gardens
Galesville Community Center. Hot Sox baseball players will be here. Lunch available for an additional fee. Advance reservations are recommended. Contact Gertrude Makell, president of the Galesville Community Center, at (410) 703-0610 or email@example.com
Discover more about this stunning residence in this Washington Post article from last spring. Click the image to read.
Smithsonian Environmental Research Center