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Gordon-Roberts House

218 Washington St, Cumberland, MD
+1 301-777-8678
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Lovely

I have attended art shows and weddings and Christmas Parties in this lovely home. It is roomy... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
mdcaterer15
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Cumberland, Maryland
Simply Beautiful

I stopped by during the week for the first tour. I was able to park on the street. Each room had... read more

Reviewed 30 December 2016
Linda D
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Baltimore, Maryland
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218 Washington St, Cumberland, MD
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have attended art shows and weddings and Christmas Parties in this lovely home. It is roomy enough for an event and has a kitchen and beautiful back yard

Thank mdcaterer15
Reviewed 30 December 2016

I stopped by during the week for the first tour. I was able to park on the street. Each room had a tree for the holiday. The theme was the 12 days of Christmas. Most of the ornaments were hand made, present day, to reflect...More

Thank Linda D
Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

A wonderful house museum, beautiful and with great tours. Exhibits change often, it was World War I when I went. Our guide did a great job explaining everything so we could understand it.

Thank gannent
Reviewed 6 August 2016

We arrived on a day not designatd for public tours. A very nice member of the Historical Society was there and she allowed us to come in and then gave us a nice tour of the downstairs. A full tour would have allowed us to...More

Thank Maggie B
Reviewed 15 July 2016

Wonderful venue for afternoon tea and a history lesson. Visited with my professional sorority and we all had a memorable time. The tea was served with yummy food and they are quite willing to provide for specific dietary needs. It wasn't a true meal but...More

Thank mdFoxes
Reviewed 9 July 2016 via mobile

If you enjoy touring these types of historical houses, you'll enjoy this one. Beautiful house with interesting history. My tour guide was welcoming and informative. Check the hours before you go.

Thank Russell-UP
Reviewed 3 April 2016

We arrived into Cumberland 9pm on Friday for the weekend and with the Gordon-Roberts house only open Wednesday through Saturday, we headed to the house mid-Saturday morning as this would have been the only day possible to visit. Imagine our disappointment when we arrived to...More

Thank The_Concierge_8
Reviewed 24 October 2015

we had a "high tea" at the mansion, then a tour of two of the floors. They have quite a large amount of period pieces, very few that actually belonged to the Gordons or Roberts. It was all displayed very well.

Thank souperbev
Reviewed 20 September 2015

I was lucky enough to be the only person on the tour at 10 AM. The guide and I had the place to ourselves, and my tour lasted more than an hour because we lost track of time. He knew so much about the house...More

1  Thank Barbara T
Reviewed 7 July 2015

Give it under an hour, but if you like historical houses, this has a nice collection of typical period stuff.

1  Thank dalrutz
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