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Calvin B. Taylor House Museum

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Small but interesting

This museum suits the town. They are both hidden gems. Very interesting and docents were quite... read more

Reviewed 6 August 2018
Carol D
Kennedyville, Maryland
History comes alive

If you are into historic homes, this is a good one. We had a very informed docent, Ms. Taylor, who... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2018
Jeffrey H
Potomac, Maryland
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Aug 6, 2018
“Small but interesting”
May 3, 2018
“History comes alive”
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Reviewed 6 August 2018

This museum suits the town. They are both hidden gems. Very interesting and docents were quite knowledgeable and eager to provide information. A half hour is plenty of time here. Towns people have actively donated time and historical pieces.

Thank Carol D
Reviewed 3 May 2018

If you are into historic homes, this is a good one. We had a very informed docent, Ms. Taylor, who knew the history of the home and the furniture and furnishings it contained. I would recommended taking the time to tour the home as a...More

Thank Jeffrey H
Reviewed 7 September 2017

Don't hurry through the house and miss all the history that lives here. I found out the person who invented the turn signal was from here and the original model is on display. I also loved the history on the famous race horses who trained...More

Thank ocbeachpro
Reviewed 2 November 2016

We had been missing museum hours for years and were frustrated we were never there to get a tour of the inside of this lovely old house. Finally, we were in Berlin at the correct time. The interior is a wealth of Victorian "up to...More

Thank Buttersthecat
Reviewed 29 September 2016

Visited this museum the day before we left Berlin. I think it's the only museum in town. Sits on a lovely piece of land down the street from the Hotel Atlantic. It was another dismal weather day and there was a small crowd waiting to...More

Thank Kristofur
Reviewed 9 February 2016

If you're in town stop by the Taylor Museum for some Berlin, MD history. On Sundays during the Summer, there is usually free local entertainment on the museum's lawn. Bring a chair and some bug spray for a relaxing evening with locals and visitors.

Thank Suzanne B
Reviewed 9 February 2016

This is a really nice house museum, furnished with period furniture. In the summer, there are concerts and a peach festival onthe lawn.

1  Thank mark p
Reviewed 20 April 2015

Imagine that this home once sat at the only road to Philadelphia used by military and merchants. The home features great faux painted walls and floors. Researched by the staff to offer a true view of the house as it was in the 1800's. Gift...More

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