Montpelier Mansion Historic Site

Built in the 1780s and now a national historic landmark, Montpelier was one of several Snowden homes on what was once a vast land holding. This stately, Georgian style house was home to four generations of Snowdens, as well as enslaved individuals like Nance and Catte Creek, and Ben, a blacksmith. Thanks to the tireless efforts of the Friends of Montpelier, who advocated to restore Montpelier in the 1980s, visitors have explored this house for decades.

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Come inside and learn what life was like in 18th-and-19th-century Maryland. Stroll the grounds with over 70 acres of fields and wooded paths - an oasis of tranquility in a bustling world. Inside and out, Montpelier is a fascinating place to be!