Hotels near Moses Brown House
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Moses Brown became one of America’s wealthiest men, but instead of hoarding his cash he established Brown University and funded philanthropic efforts. His Maryland home reminds visitors of the enduring legacy of one of America's greats.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Moses Brown House

Econo Lodge Baltimore
Econo Lodge Baltimore
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3.0
4200 Primrose Ave, Baltimore
from $58
Embassy Suites Baltimore - Inner Harbor
Embassy Suites Baltimore - Inner Harbor
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4.0
222 Saint Paul Pl, Baltimore
from $135
Hotel Indigo Baltimore Downtown
Hotel Indigo Baltimore Downtown
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4.5
24 West Franklin Street, Baltimore
from $87
Hampton Inn and Suites Inner Harbor
Hampton Inn and Suites Inner Harbor
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4.3
131 E Redwood St, Baltimore
from $75
Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor
Hilton Garden Inn Baltimore Inner Harbor
625 S President St, Baltimore
from $111
Inn at the Colonnade Baltimore - a DoubleTree by Hilton
from $109
Homewood Suites by Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor
Homewood Suites by Hilton Baltimore Inner Harbor
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4.3
625 S President St, Baltimore
from $126
Biltmore Suites Hotel
Biltmore Suites Hotel
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3.4
205 W Madison St, Baltimore
from $59
Blue Door on Baltimore
Blue Door on Baltimore
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4.9
2023 East Baltimore St., Baltimore
from $140
Pier 5, an Ascend Hotel Collection Member
from $152
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Hotels Near Moses Brown House

Moses Brown House sits at 6736 Ridge Road, Marriottsville, near the neighboring towns of Eldersburg and Sykesville. These sleepy centers don’t have many accommodation options, but guests can enjoy the countryside at Sykesville’s romantic Inn at Norwood*.

Travelers may also choose to stay at Hyatt Place Owings Mills or Hilton Garden Inn Owings Mills, 10 miles away from Moses Brown House.

Why Stay Near Moses Brown House?

Sykesville and Owings Mills offer a more relaxed vacation than Baltimore, with friendly personalized service and quiet streets. Owing Mills’ subway and buses take tourists into Baltimore, but both towns feel isolated from the big city. 

Essential Information About Moses Brown House

Moses Brown House is not generally open to the public, but guests can admire its exterior. It opens its doors once annually on the Sykesville Christmas Historic House tour. Tickets are available from the Town House and Gate House Museum, and proceeds benefit the Sykesville Historic Commission.

*Lodging not found on Hipmunk

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