The Geddes-Piper House is a Federal-period townhouse museum in the heart of the historic district of Chestertown Maryland, along the Eastern Shore's Chester River. The Geddes-Piper House is the only 18th-century house in Chestertown open to the public. It is the home of the Historical Society of Kent County.
Three floors are furnished with period pieces, with a rotating series of exhibits on the second floor. An extensive library contains genealogy, local and regional documents and reference books, photos, and a large number of maps and charts related to the Chesapeake Bay and the Eastern Shore.
Join us for our special annual Tea Time
House Tour, a walking tour of selected houses in the Chestertown Historic District. This year's tour is October 1st from 1 to 6 p.m.
Tickets are $25, including tea.
Children under 12 are half price.
Don't forget to make a dinner reservation.