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Catonsville Historical Society and Pullen Museum [MD]

The Catonsville Historical Society seeks to preserve and share the history of Catonsville, Maryland. To this end, the society operates the Townsend House and Pullen Museum, which present exhibits of local historical interest. The rooms of the Townsend House are set up as period rooms, containing pieces from throughout U.S. history. Collection highlights include architectural and train models, prints, paintings, and local arrowheads. The society also maintains a knot garden, perhaps the oldest form of formal garden design in the U.S.

The society offers exhibits, period rooms, and a knot garden. The Townsend House and Pullen Museum are open by appointment.