About Rose Hill
Rose Hill Manor was built in the 1790's by John and Anne Grahame. Originally known as Rose Garden, the property was renamed Rose Hill by Gov. Thomas Johnson in 1778.
The Children’s Museum of Rose Hill Manor opened its doors in 1972, providing a hands-on learning approach to history. The Museum focuses on providing children opportunities to experience life in early America from learning to card wool, to grating spices, to playing with toys from the past, as well as the history of agriculture and transportation in Frederick County.
The Mission of Rose Hill Manor Park and Museums is to preserve and present the living heritage of the property from 1746-1950.
The property features a manor house, icehouse, log cabin, blacksmith shop, carriage collection, and two barns. Look up more information about Manor Tours.
Note: Please be aware that on any given weekday, there may be large school groups on site visiting Rose Hill Manor. When large groups are here, we may need to alter the regular daily tour format. If this is a problem, please call 301-600-1650. We will be glad to check the calendar and let you know what will be going on when you plan to visit.