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Clifton Mansion


2701 St Lo Dr, Baltimore, MD 21213

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Construction Date:1802
Architect:Niernsee & Neilson (1852); Gant Brunnett Architects (present)
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Clifton Mansion was originally built as a two-story Federal-style farmhouse by Baltimore merchant Henry Thompson. The building was later expanded and renovated by Johns Hopkins, who used it as a summer residence. Clifton Mansion is a fine example of Italianate architecture in Baltimore. The building is now home to Civic Works, a community non-profit organization delivering job-training and skills development programs, as well as coordinating community service engagement. Discover an expansive view of Baltimore from the 80-foot tower, climb the black walnut grand staircase and catch a glimpse of the restoration of the tower entrance hall’s mural and ornate wood and plaster decor. Park on the loop-road that surrounds the mansion. Enter by the brownstone stairs to the glass lobby.

  • Accessibility: Partially Accessible
  • Parking: On-site free parking. Park on the loop-road that surrounds the mansion.
  • Photography: Welcomed. Attribution to “Civic Works” appreciated.