Tudor Hall ca. 1746
Home of the St. Mary's County Historical Society
Tudor Hall is an important 18th century house in St. Mary's County, Maryland. Of the Georgian architecture, it is the oldest building in Leonardtown. Tudor Hall was built by the Barnes family, either Abraham or his son, Richard, both of whom were active in the American Revolution. The name Tudor Hall was given to the house by a 19th century owner, Henry G.S. Key, a cousin of Francis Scott Key.
SOCIETY ARCHIVIST WINS COUNTY'S WOMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD !
Carol Moody, Society Archivist, was presented with the St. Mary's County Commission for Women's Woman of the Year (2016) award on March 16, 2016. This award is given annually to a woman who has taken the initiative to start special projects in her community that involve others and who serves individuals or non-profit organizations in the County. "This woman possesses superior drive, has the ability to inspire others to volunteer, and has made a positive impact in St. Mary's County." Carol has served as both a dedicated employee and volunteer at the Society, Historic St. Mary's City, Friends of the Library, St. Mary's County Historic Preservation Commission, Friends of Newtown Neck, and other organizations.
Normal Hours of Operation
Business Office, Bookstore and Tours:
Wednesday through Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Research Center Open:
Thursday and Friday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
2nd and 4th Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
OLD JAIL MUSEUM & TOURISM INFORMATION CENTER:
Thursday and Friday 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.