9118 Brandywine Road, Clinton MD 20735
John Wilkes Booth and David Herold stopped here briefly the night of the Lincoln assassination to retrieve guns and supplies stashed earlier. The debate rages still about the involvement of Mary Surratt, who ran a boarding house in Washington at the time. She was hanged for her supposed role in the plot. Guided tours of the house and tavern feature life in a 19th-century tavern are offered. The visitor center is full of assassination material and features good interpretation of the Booth escape route.
Open 11 am-3 pm Wednesday-Friday, noon-4 pm Saturday and Sunday. $5/adult.