Museum of Howard County History Exhibits

Whether it’s daily life in an 19th century mill town, the history of the 4-H Club or a closer look at the lives of the county’s founding fathers, our permanent collection along with periodic themed exhibitions of artifacts and information provide visitors with a deeper understanding and a hands on experience of Howard County history.

Temporary Exhibits

VOTES FOR WOMEN: A PORTRAIT OF PERSISTENCE

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Ongoing Exhibits

ELLICOTT CITY: A VISUAL HISTORY

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A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT: THE FLOODS OF ELLICOTT CITY

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MUSEUM EXHIBITS

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FEATURED OBJECTS

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GIFT SHOP

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Did You Know?
The Glenelg Country School opens using the country estate home built by General and Mrs. Tyson in the 1850s in 1954.

Howard House Collapsible Key & Plate

Thomas Johnson’s Dentures

A.B. Felgemacher Organ

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