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Evergreen Museum & Library, Baltimore

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Evergreen Museum & Library is a historic house museum and research library in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is located between the campuses of the Notre Dame of Maryland University and Loyola University Maryland. It is operated by Johns Hopkins University along with Homewood Museum; both make up the Johns Hopkins University Museums.

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  • We were delighted to be able to take a tour of the Evergreen House with Baltimore Heritage. We had not been in the house for years. The house was decorated for Christmas and was just stunning... 
    We were delighted to be able to take a tour of the Evergreen House with Baltimore Heritage. We had not been in the house for years. The house was decorated for Christmas and was just stunning...  more »
  • While exploring the beautiful neighborhood of Roland Park, we decided to stop in at this historic estate and museum. The tour, the art collections and the libraries are exceptional and well worth... 
    While exploring the beautiful neighborhood of Roland Park, we decided to stop in at this historic estate and museum. The tour, the art collections and the libraries are exceptional and well worth...  more »
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  • Absolutely inspiring place. I've never seen such an incredible private library. What a family that is, that put together such a magnificent collection of books and artwork. The tour was rigid, however, and we were rushed through the last room, the one designed by Ballet Russe's Leon Bakst, and we didn't get a chance to read explanations of the display. I don't know why the hurry, as no one was waiting for the following tour. Would suggest a bit more flexibility so that people can ask questions and take a bit of time. We made the trip to Evergreen mainly to see that room so we were disappointed in the end.
  • Loved this place... very interesting

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