HARFORD COUNTY’S HISTORIC EVENT VENUE AND ART GALLERY
Welcome to the Liriodendron Mansion
The historic Liriodendron mansion, built in 1898, was the summer residence of Dr. Howard A. Kelly, one of the four founding physicians of Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Sold to Harford County in the late 1970s, the mansion now operates as a historic, cultural, educational, and recreational facility, managed by the nonprofit Liriodendron Foundation, Inc.
The mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic
The 2nd floor of the Palladian mansion houses a free Art Gallery, and the Ice House on the property is home to a Prehistoric Native American exhibit. The 108 acres of grounds, part of Heavenly Waters Park, are open for public use from sun-up to sundown.
Events, Weddings, Business Functions
The Liriodendron Mansion is one of Harford County’s premier venues for your special event.
A Perfect Setting for Your Perfect Day!
A hidden treasure nestled in the woods, edged with flower and boxwood gardens. Celebrate your special day here and create beautiful memories for hosts and guests alike. Shaded portico use in summer or intimate fireside parties in the winter, the Liriodendron is a unique and elegant setting, year ’round. We offer this beautiful mansion with great pride knowing that every effort has been made to ensure you and your guests’ time here will be special.
You can make a positive impact on the history and culture of our community. Learn about how you can support the Liriodendron and get involved.
The Liriodendron is excited to exhibit the works of three exceptional painters – Ellie Tryon Elgin, Rhoda Seiden, and Barbara Love – from Sunday, July 28 through Sunday, August 18.
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Unlikely Pairings (June 2 through June 23) features the works of Jennifer Hogan, Michelle Spiziri, Linda Popp, Jessica St. Clair, Kat Soul, and Jodi Harvey
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Music at the Mansion presents Sloan Wainwright on Sunday, April 28 from 6:00 to 8:30 pm.
Visit the Liriodendron between June 30 and July 21 to see the works of Gail Elwell, Paul Mintz, and Jim McDonald.
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502 W Gordon Street
Bel Air, MD 21014