Homewood, a National Historic Landmark, is one of the nation’s best-surviving examples of Federal-period Palladian architecture. Since its original occupancy in 1801, the house has been used as a private residence, a boys’ school, a university faculty club, an administration building, and a public museum. With each of its' varied usages, Homewood has accumulated histories that speak to the development of the American republic, the city of Baltimore, and the Johns Hopkins University. Homewood opened as a permanent museum in 1987.
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