Great turnout today at Tudor Hall at our 2pm special talk with Booth family/Lincoln assassination historian John Howard discussing the hunt for #JohnWilkesBooth, the 12-day chase for the assassin.
Museum and historic home of the Booth family of Shakespearean actors including Edwin Booth and John Wilkes Booth.
Tudor Hall is a Gothic Revival cottage located at 17 Tudor Lane, Bel Air, Maryland. Tudor Hall was built in the early 1850s as the dream home of Shakespearian actor Junius Brutus Booth Sr. and his wife Mary Ann. Many of the ten Booth children, including Edwin and John Wilkes, were born in a log house that once existed on the property.
17 Tudor Lane
Bel Air, MD
From the South Take I-95 to Exit 80 (Rt. 543/Churchville). Turn left off exit onto Rt. 543 and travel approximately 5.5 miles to Churchville Road (Rt. 22). Turn right at traffic light onto Churchville Rd. Travel for .6 miles to Tudor Lane on your left. (Directions continue below) From the North Take I-95 to Exit 85 (Rt. 22/ Churchville). Turn right off exit onto Churchville Rd. (Rt. 22) and travel for approximately 7 miles to Tudor Lane on your right. (Directions continue below) From the West - Interstate 83 Leave I-83 at exit 36. Follow Rt. 439 eastward approximately 7 miles to Rt. 23. Turn right on Rt. 23 and travel approximately 5 miles into Jarrettsville. Rt. 23 turns right at the light in Jarrettsville and turns left approximately 1.2 miles further south at the next traffic light. Continue on Rt. 23 until it intersects with Rockspring Rd. (Rt. 24). Turn right and follow Rockspring Rd. to Moores Mill Rd. Turn left at traffic light onto Moores Mill Road and travel approximately 2 miles to Churchville Rd. (Rt. 22). Turn left at traffic light onto Churchville Rd. and travel approximately 1.2 miles to Tudor Lane on your left. (Directions continue below) Continued….. Tudor Lane is directly across from F&L Jewelers (small white house). Follow Tudor Lane to the end, pass through the stone gates, and continue to the end of the driveway to Tudor Hall. Please Travel Very Slowly on Tudor Lane! Children at Play.
About Tudor Hall – Tudor Hall is a Gothic Revival cottage located at 17 Tudor Lane, Bel Air, Maryland. Tudor Hall was built in the early 1850s as the dream home of Shakespearian actor Junius Brutus Booth Sr. and his wife Mary Ann. Many of the ten Booth children, including Edwin and John Wilkes, were born in a log house that once existed on the property. Harford County purchased Tudor Hall in 2006. Tudor Hall 17 Tudor Lane Bel Air, MD 21015 Tel: 443-619-0008 Email: [email protected] Website: http://juniusbrutusbooth.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SpiritsofTudorHall Twitter: https://twitter.com/SpiritsTH About the Junius B. Booth Society, Inc. – The story of the Maryland Booths and Tudor Hall is fascinating, and the Junius B. Booth Society (JBBS) has an active part in keeping this chapter of our history alive. The Society was incorporated in Maryland in 2006 to educate the public and historians about the history of the Booth family and Tudor Hall, and developed Spirits of Tudor Hall─the tour guide program at Tudor Hall that opens the house for public tours on a regular basis. JBBS is working with Harford county government to turn Tudor Hall into a museum. JBBS also supports the education of the public in: the theatrical arts; other Booth family historical sites in Harford County; the history of owners, slaves, farmers, craftsmen, and others connected to the Tudor Hall farm and Booth related literary works. JBBS also supports the Historical Society of Harford County where Booth related documents and images in their collection are made available to researchers. Mailing address: Junius B. Booth Society 2223 Kentucky Avenue Baltimore, MD 21213 Website: http://juniusbrutusbooth.org/
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